A very small, 18th century, creamware mould with a bunch of cherries to the base. This is incredibly lightly potted and has a rich, yellow glaze. It dates from c.1780. The design is quite simple, with a bunch of three cherries to the base and a fluted border. Unfortunately there are five small chips to the rim and a crack which is 2.5cm long so the mould could no longer be used and is purely decorative.
Dimensions: Length 8cm. Width 6cm. Depth 4cm.
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