1890's Old Victorian Ironstone Staffordshire Kitchen Rose Jelly Mould

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1890's Victorian Ironstone Staffordshire Kitchen Pottery Rose Jelly Mould



A very usable piece of early English pottery antique kitchenalia, a rose jelly mould or mold with no chips, cracks or repairs. The most it has is old glazing and overall yellowing of the ironstone from its 150 years of age. It reminds me of the downstairs kitchens in Downton Abbey when I look at it. :)

It was found in Totnes, Devon, England. Unusual and cool if you love old pottery. It measures about 6.5 inches in length, 5 inches wide by 4.25 high and is heavy old ironstone, just as seen in pics.

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Size: 6.5 inches in length, 5 inches wide by 4.25 high

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