A very decorative, 19th century copper jelly mould. The mould has eight small domes to the top and the lower section has eight angular columns divided by fluted columns sitting onto-of a crown effect base. It is stamped with a pattern number ’112’ but there is no manufacturers mark. It is made from a heavy gauge of copper and it is in excellent condition. The tinning, to the interior is worn.
Probably English. Date c.1870.
Dimensions: Height 11cm. Diameter 12.6cm.
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