A super quality, 18th century, pierced creamware curd cheese mould. This bears no manufacturers marks but it was probably made by the Leeds Pottery and dates from c.1780. The three tiered form is moulded with a scaley fish to the base and the sides are finely pierced with geometric designs. There is a hairline crack to the rim which is approximately 2.5cm. long and there is a very small amount of staining to the rim and the interior of the mould. This can all be seen in the images. Otherwise it is in good condition.
Dimensions: Length 20cm. Width 16cm. Height 10.8cm.
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