Three early 20th century, miniature copper moulds. Two of the moulds have very unusual, stamped marks to the rim and these can be seen in one of the images. The third mould has a part of this mark stamped to the top. The mark appears to be Russian and is probably the mark of the stately home or castle from which they have come. It includes the date 1912 and this would be consistent with the date of manufacture of the moulds. The design consists of a fluted top above a scalloped lower section. They are all made from a substantial gauge of copper and they are in good condition. Originally there would have been tin on the outside of the mould as well as the inside but this has been removed, revealing the copper beneath. The tinning, to the interiors, is worn. They are being sold individually.
Dimensions of each mould: Diameter 5.8cm. Height 6.3cm.
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