A 19th century, Booth’s, ironstone pottery jelly mould. This has a red, printed mark “BOOTH’S ROYAL SEMI-PORCELAIN” beneath a crown. Booths were potters in Stoke on Trent and this mould dates from c.1880. The geometric design has a simple flower to the top with attractive, scrolling sides. The moulding is very crisp and this design would turn out very well.
The mould is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Length 16.2cm. Width 13.5cm. Depth 7cm.
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