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E18070 A fairly small, Copeland pottery jelly mould of geometric form. The mould is an impressed, on the base, 'COPELAND' and it dates from c.1860. The design is an attractive geometric form, with four small domes to the top, which would turn out a very typical 'Jelly' shape. The design is deeply moulded and this would be a good, and relatively easy, mould to use. The piece is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Height 8.5cm. (3 3/8in) Diameter 10.7cm. (4 1/4in).
£42. U.S.A.
+£15. Western
Europe
+£10
.
E18065 An interesting Wedgwood pottery jelly mould with a ridge cucumber design. On the side of the mould is an impressed 'WEDGWOOD' mark and also a pattern number '496'. There is a further impressed number '6' which relates to the internal length of the mould in inches. The mould dates from c.1860. In the base is the small, ridge cucumber and around this is a scalloped border design. The design is deeply moulded and well detailed. The piece is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Length 17cm. (6 3/4in) Width 12.5cm. (5in) Depth 10cm. (4in).
£52. U.S.A.
+£15. Western
Europe
+£10
.
E18054 An unusual Copeland pottery jelly mould with a tennis racket design to the base. There is an impressed 'COPELAND' mark to the base and the mould dates from c.1860. The design is deeply moulded and well detailed. In the base of the mould are two crossed tennis rackets, surrounded by four tennis balls, and the sides of the mould are made to look like nets. This is one of the less common and very desirable moulds which was produced by Copeland and it is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Length 19cm. (7 1/2in) Width 15.2cm. (6in) Depth11.5cm. (4 1/2in).
£225. U.S.A.
+£15. Western
Europe
+£5.
D16786 A heavy ironstone mould in the shape of a rabbit. Unmarked. Date: c.1860. Size: 22.8cm. (9") long by 14cm. (5 1/2") wide by 10.2cm. (4") deep. This mould would turn out the full form of a rabbit crouching. There is a chip on the exterior of the rim. This can be seen in the other image. However, this would not prevent the mould from being used. £45. U.S.A.
+£15. Western
Europe
+£10.
V10231 A heavy ironstone mould with a ram to the base. Marked only with the impressed number '36'. Date: c.1880. Size: 18.4cm. (7 1/4") long by 14.5cm. (5 3/4") wide by 9.5cm. (3 3/4") deep. This mould has a running ram in the base with fluted sides. It is an unusual shaped mould with s small footrim. This design, in this form, was produced by George Jones although this example is not marked. There is a small piece of kiln grit within the mould but other than that it is in good condition. £42.  U.S.A.
+£10. Western
Europe
+£5.
 
C16331 A small earthenware mould with an asparagus design to the base. Marked: 'MINTON' and it is also impressed with 'No 41' over the number '4'. No 41 relates to the pattern number in Mintons pattern books from the mid 19th century and the number 4 relates to the size. Date: c.1850. Size: 10.7cm. (4 1/4") long by 8.2cm. (3 1/4") wide by 4.7cm. (1 7/8") deep. This mould is an unusual shape and it has a bunch of asparagus to the base with small flowers to either side. The design is deep and well moulded and the piece is in excellent condition. This design is more often seen in larger sizes and is quite uncommon in this small size. £72. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe
+£5.
V10246
A large ironstone mould with a bouquet of flowers to the base. Unmarked. Date: c.1850. Size: 20cm. (8") long by 15cm. (6") wide by 7cm. (2 3/4") deep. The body of this mould has a blue glaze, more like that found on pearlware. The design is well detailed and the mould has fluted sides. It is in very good condition and it would turn out well, with a very positive image. £69. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe +£5.
V9955
A heavy, earthenware mould depicting a bird eating fruit. There is an impressed 'MINTON' mark to the base but this is quite difficult to make out as the glaze has puddled into it. There is also an indistict pattern number. Date: c.1860. Size: 18.3cm. (7 1/4") long by 15.2cm. (6") wide by 8cm. (3 1/8") deep. This mould has shallow tiered sides and the design in the base shows a selection of fruits and a bird. There is a crack on the footrim but this does not go through the mould and there is also slight crazing to the glaze. Other than this it is in very good condition and it is still quite usable. £42. U.S.A.
+£10. Western
Europe
+£5.
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