A 19th century, Wedgwood creamware, mould. This is marked “WEDGWOOD” and it is also marked with a pattern number ’339’. It dates from c.1830. The interior is moulded with a large apple and this is surrounded by a simple, fluted border. There is a short, hairline crack to one end and a further crack in the foot. There is also some kiln to the interior of the mould.
Dimensions: Length 8.8cm. Width 7.8cm. Height 5.5cm.
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