The world's largest ice cream sculpture, shaped like an 18th century ship, weighed 925 kg (2,039.4 lb), used 1,715.54 litres (453.2 gal) of chocolate and vanilla ice cream and was created by Jacques Tokar, Antoine Tokar and Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream (all USA). The sculpture was unveiled at Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School, Burbank, California, USA on 14 November 2002.
The ice cream sculpture measured 1.46 m (4 ft 10 in) x 1.304 m (5 ft 10 in) x 72.7 cm (2 ft 5 in) and was constructed using a chainsaw, hammer and chisel. Once the sculpture was unveiled, it was consumed by more than 500 students from the school.
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