Form for pralines "Braille milk"

Professional praline molds made from 100% virgin polycarbonate. We import them from the most belgian, Belgian Chocolate World. They have a 30–year tradition and produce molds for world confectionery and chocolate tops in the world. They are unbreakable and can be used in many ways, and you can easily roll out the pralines. We have chosen a lot of beautiful shapes and designs for you, so we believe that your passion will not be limited, as they say in Chocolate World. You can find classic shapes, designs designed by the world's best chocolaters.

Weight of pralines: 13,5 g (18 pieces of one mold)
Size of pralines: 49,5 x 21 x 12,5 mm
Mold size: 275 x 135 x 24 mm

Brand: Chocolate World

Code: 1942CW

Availability: In stock

540 Kč

A detailed description of care and maintenance will be provided along with the form.

For more than 30 years, Belgium and Chocolate World have been leading the largest production of the highest quality products. As the management of the company claims, thanks to the support of a large team of truly precise and skilled Belgians, the company has succeeded in becoming the world market leader in the production of polycarbonate chocolate molds.
Chocolate World offers modesty but also pride in its home showroom in Antwerp, the largest collection of molds in the world. The countless range of themes in many sizes and weights is transformed here into polycarbonate chocolate molds.
All these variations, from those completely traditional to the most modern, are created with the idea and desire that everyone enjoy their passion for chocolate and work with it.

In the slogan "We design your Chocolate," they feel great to their team and designers that they can accompany you at every step of your journey in search of the highest quality. And he believes that in this adventure you will not lose your individual essence, because he thinks that this is the most important element on the road to success.


We would like to introduce you to several of the leading Chocolate World Chocolate Worlds. These chocolate confectioners create with their enormous passion and great urge to innovate their "chocolate world". And we were very attracted by atypical designs with their "signature". Among the elected are the Italian David Comashi. She was already very fascinated with the art of confectionery. At the age of 13, he attended a training course at the Confectionary School in Milan, where he offered an internship at Patisserie Martesana. Here he meets his life-teacher Vincenz Santor. Long-term cooperation is awaiting, his talent is still on his way. They are looking for a path between tradition and innovation in confectionery design and technology. He publishes his first book, "A Year to Win," which describes the twelve months of his life that led him to win the title of the World Champion of Chocolate in 2013. His great popularity continues.