Piasecki Confectionary Tin

 add to cart

One of a Kind!

Only 1 available

Destination: Krakow, Poland

Known in Krakow as the ‘King of Chocolate’, Adam Piasecki was a Polish industrialist, confectioner and social activist. Having studied the art of confectionary since the age of 12, he founded the Piasecki Sugar and Chocolate factory in 1910. Opening their first store on Krakow’s main market square, his chocolates soon became the talk of the town.


This charming confectionary tin tells an unexpected love story. In the 1920s, Adam Piasecki fell head over heals for Danusia, a beautiful caramel wrapper in his factory. In order to prove his love for her, he created ... Read More

Details and Dimensions

5.25" length x 3.5" Width x 3.5" Height.
Rare, collector's item.

 add to cart
As Seen On
Sf_chronicle Houzz Cn_traveler Refinery29 Thrillist Afar

Welcome Back!

Reset Password

Not a member? Join Bly


STORIES FROM THE STREETS The best of Project Bly delivered to your inbox.


Sign up to stay up to date on all things Bly!

We will never share or sell your email and you can unsubscribe at any time!


Subscribe to our Newsletter for stories about global street markets, street art, street food and more.

Here to shop?

Our online bazaar is currently closed! Sign up for our Newsletter and we'll let you know when we're open for business again!