An unusually small, wooden mould for making a hand raised pie. This would be used for making an individual pork pie. The mould is placed in the centre of a small circle of pastry and the pastry is then raised around the sides of the mould. The mould is removed, the pie filled, and a pastry lid put in place. The wood has a lovely honey colour and good patination.
English. Beechwood. c.1880
Dimensions: Height 10.8cm. Diameter 5cm. .
Condition: 5 worm holes to the side and 4 to the base, otherwise good.
Price includes postage within the U.K.
Extra Shipping: U.S.A. £15. Western Europe £7.
Please fill in the information below