An interesting shaped, 19th century, copper ice cream mould. This could be used either for ice cream or for boiling a steam pudding. It is made from quite a heavy gauge of copper, it is English and it dates from c.1880. It is marked with a number ‘5’ and has a copper ring handle to the lid and a large, screw in brass fitting which, when removed, allows for the contents to come out of the mould more easily. It is in good condition, with just a little scratching to the copper, from use, and the tinning is still in good enough condition for it to be used.
Dimensions: Diameter 13.3cm. Height 7.8cm.
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