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E17800 A Victorian copper, two part, raised game pie mould. This mould would have been used for making the pastry case for a raised game pie. It is in two sections which are held together by the original, steel pins. After cooking these would be opened to release the pie easily. This example is quite a simple form, with fluted sides. It is made from a substantial gauge of copper and it is in excellent condition. Each side is marked with a large number '4' on the hinge and a small number '5' one the base. It dates from c.1890.
Dimensions: Height 8.5cm. (3 3/8in) Length 24.7cm. (9 3/4in) Width 10.8cm. (4 1/4in).
£335. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
Nil.
E17979 A Victorian copper mould of geometric design. This mould is marked with a number '24' which is possibly the pattern number. It is French and it dates from c.1880. The mould has a central pipe and this is so that, if you are using it for baking, the cake or pudding cooks from the centre as well as the outside. This stops the centre from being stodgy. The design has two tiers of wrythen fluting above a plain lower section. It is made from a heavy gauge of copper and it is in excellent condition. The tinning, to the interior, is still in very good, usable condition.
Dimensions: Height 10.5cm. (4 1/8in) Diameter 14.3cm. (5 5/8in).
£195. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
E18060 A small, three tiered copper mould. This is an English mould and it dates from c.1880. Although quite simple in form, it is unusual to find this design of mould in this size. You often see the large version or the miniatures but not this interim size. The design is very crisp and the mould is in excellent condition. The tinning, to the interior, is still in good, usable condition.
Dimensions: Height 8.5cm. (3 3/8in) Diameter 9.2cm. (3 5/8in).
£125. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
E17978 A Victorian copper mould with a simple column design. This mould has no manufacturers marks but it is English and it dates from c.1880. The design features twelve rounded topped columns which are wider at the base that at the top. The mould has a central pipe and this is so that, if you are using it for baking, the cake or pudding cooks from the centre as well as the outside. This stops the centre from being stodgy. The mould is in excellent condition and the tinning, to the interior, is still in good, usable condition.
Dimensions: Height 11.5cm. (4 1/2in) Diameter 13.3cm. (5 1/4in).
£195. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D17476 A Victorian copper pipe mould of geometric form. There are no manufacturers marks and the mould dates from c.1880. The design has two tiers of stylised stiff leaves with nine small domes to the top. It is well made, from a heavy gauge of copper. There is a small nick in the rim of the mould and it has been used in connection with salt, which has pitted the surface of the copper a little in parts. Generally, it is in good condition but the tinning, to the interior is worn.
Dimensions: Height 11.7cm. (4 5/8in) Diameter 14.5cm. (5 3/4in).
£158. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16645 A good quality, large copper pipe mould. This piece is marked with an engraved cockerel beneath the number '269'. The cockerel is the mark of the French company Letang and 269 is the pattern number. It dates from c.1870. The design has two tiers of wrythen fluting above a plain lower section. It is made from a very heavy gauge of copper and it is in excellent condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn so it is decorative rather than usable.
Dimensions: Height 11.7cm. (4 5/8in) Diameter 16.2cm. (6 3/8in).
£225. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D17140 An oval, Victorian copper mould. This mould does not have a manufacturers mark but it is marked with the pattern number '195' above the letter 'B'. It dates from c.1870. The design has six rounded topped columns which have angular bases. It is very crisply moulded and the mould is made from a heavy gauge of copper. It is in excellent condition but the tinning, to the interior, is slightly worn so it is decorative rather than usable.
Dimensions: Height 13.4cm. (5 1/4in) Length 15.2cm. (6in) Width 11.5cm. (4 1/2in).
£195. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
E17649 A very attractive, geometric shaped copper mould. This mould dates from c.1870 and it is marked with a pattern number 'N 49'. There are no manufacturers marks. The design is very busy and the mould would look good either from the side, on a shelf, or from the top, if it was to be hung on a wall. There are five reeded columns which each terminate in a star formed top. In the centre is a stylised five petalled flower which radiates out towards the stars. The mould is very well made, from a heavy gauge of copper, and it is in excellent condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn.
Dimensions: Height 12.4cm. (4 7/8in) Diameter 14.6cm. (5 3/4in).
£245. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16794 An unusual, two part copper nougat or ice mould. This is the large mould in the centre of the main image. We have photographed it alongside more regular sized moulds so that you can get an idea of the dimensions. It is unmarked but it is a French mould, probably made by Trottier, and it dates from c.1870. This is a large mould for one of its' type. It is a very elaborate shape and it is made from a substantial gauge of copper. It is well made and the two parts fit together very neatly. This type of mould was used for making a table centrepiece out of nougat or ice and this would then be filled, usually with small, fruit shaped ice creams. There is a small dent on the rim of the lower section but other than this it is in very good condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn.
Dimension: Height 24.8cm. (9 3/4in) Width 28.5cm. (11 1/4in) Depth 20.3cm. (8in).
£475.
Nil.
D17293 A good quality, large, Victorian copper mould dating from the third quarter of the 19th century. This is the mould on the right hand side of the main image. We have photographed it alongside more regular sized moulds so that you can get an idea of the dimensions. Date: c.1870. Although most people now refer to this type of mould as a jelly mould with many this was not their original purpose. Moulds of this size were often made for baking cakes.This mould is three tiered, with a simple, fluted top section above half egg shapes, with a plain lower section. It is well made, from a heavy gauge of copper. It is in excellent condition and the tinning, to the interior, is still in good, usable condition.
Dimensions: Height 19.5cm. (7 5/8in) Diameter 17.5cm. (6 7/8in).
£395. Nil.
D17351 An unusual, two part copper nougat mould in the shape of a sturgeon, or classical dolphin. Marked 'TROTTIER FNT PARIS' within a circle. Date: c.1880. Size: When the two parts are together it is 9.5cm. (3 3/4") long by 3cm. (1 1/4") wide and 13.7cm. (5 3/8") high. This piece is very well modelled and well detailed, and it is made so that the two parts fit together very neatly. There are also steel clips to hold the parts together. It would turn out the full form of a sturgeon, or classical dolphin. There is a very small spilt in the copper, on one of the small domes where the mould fits together, and there is pitting to the copper, on one side, from use. Other than this it is in good condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn. £295. Nil.
D17135 A Victorian, oval copper mould with a wheatsheaf design to the top. Marked with the orb and cross symbol used by Benhams above the pattern number '70 A'. To the opposite end is a workmans mark in the shape of a fleur de lys. Date: c.1870. Size: 17.2cm. (6 3/4") long by 11.5cm. (4 1/2") wide by 9.5cm. (3 3/4") high. This mould is very well detailed and well modelled and has a wheatsheaf to the top, above fluted sides. It is made from quite a heavy gauge of copper. It is in very good condition but the tinning, to the interior, is worn. £495. Nil.
D17354 A rare copper mould in the shape of the hull of a boat. Marked 'TROTTIER FNT PARIS' within a circle. Date: c.1870. Size: 31.5cm. (12 1/2") long by 11.5cm. (4 1/2") wide by 8.3cm. (3 1/4") high. We have never seen a mould of this form before. It was probably for nougat or ice and would have been used as part of an elaborate table display. It is made from a substantial gauge of copper and has been made from two halves which are joined together by a castellated seam. It is in excellent condition. The tinning, to the interior, is dark but it has not worn through. £575. Nil.
D17349 An unusual, two part copper nougat or ice mould. Both parts are marked 'TROTTIER FNT PARIS' within a circle. Date: c.1880. Size: When the two parts are together it is 16cm. (6 1/4") high by 26.5cm. (10 3/8") long and 17.8cm. (7") wide. This mould is a very elaborate shape, with the two parts making an attractive fluted comport, and it is made from a substantial gauge of copper. This type of mould was used for making a table centrepiece out of nougat or ice and this would then be filled, usually with small, fruit shaped ice creams. Both parts are in very good condition but the tinning, to the interior, is worn. £395. Nil.
D17387 A large, Victorian copper mould. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 17.8cm. (7") diameter by 19.4cm. (7 5/8") high. This mould is very simple in form with a fluted top section above a plain base. It is made from a quite a heavy gauge of copper. There is a very small split in the rim but other than that it is in very good condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn and slightly flakey. £225.

U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.

D17295 A large, Victorian copper mould. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 17.2cm. (6 3/4") diameter by 18.8cm. (7 3/8") high. This mould is two tiered, with a simple, fluted top section above a scrolling design to the lower section. It is made from a heavy gauge of copper. It is in excellent condition but the tinning, to the interior, is worn and slightly flakey. £335. Nil.
D17374 An unusual, two part copper nougat or ice mould. Unmarked. Date: c.1870. Size: When the two parts are together it is 17.2cm. (6 3/4") high by 29.2cm. (11 1/2") long and 18.5cm. (7 1/4") wide. This is a particularly good example of this type of mould as it is made from a very heavy gauge of copper. There is a slightly plannished finish to the copper. This type of mould was used for making a table centrepiece out of nougat or ice and this would then be filled, usually with small, fruit shaped ice creams. There is very slight marking to the copper but other than this it is in very good condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn. £395. Nil.
D16948 An ornately shaped, Victorian copper mould. Marked only with the pattern number '11' above '14'. Date: c.1890. Size: 14.5cm. (5 3/4") diameter by 12cm. (4 3/4") high. This mould has eight small domes to the top. The eight small domes are repeated lower down the mould where they sit between square columns and above triangular forms. It is made from quite a substantial gauge of copper. Originally it would have been a pipe mould but it has been modified at some point in its' history. The design is crisp and the mould is well formed. There is slight scratching to the plain base of the mould but other than that it is in very good condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn. £175. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16911 A tall, Victorian copper mould with a star design to the top. Marked, with the orb and cross symbol used by Benhams. Directly beneath this is a workmans mark in the shape of a radiating sun. On the opposite side it is marked 'REGISTERED SEPTEMBER 15.1864'. Date: c.1870. Size: 14.3cm. (5 5/8") diameter at the base, by 16.5cm. (6 1/2") high. This mould has a star to the top with angular sides which also form a star shape. The design is known as the 'Brunswick Star'. The design is crisp and the mould is made from a heavy gauge of copper. It is in excellent condition but the tinning to the interior is worn. £335. Nil.
D16995 A good quality, large, Victorian copper mould. Marked, only, with a pattern number '207'. Date: c.1870. Size: 16.5cm. (6 1/2") diameter by 17.2cm. (6 3/4") high. This mould is two tiered. The top section has angular fluting and the lower section is like a crown. It is made from a heavy gauge of copper and it is in excellent condition but there is just very light pitting to the copper in a couple of places. The tinning, to the interior, is worn. £335. Nil.
D16882 A Victorian copper pipe mould with a geometric design. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 15.2cm. (6") diameter by 13.3cm. (5 1/4") high. This mould has a lower tier of stylised stiff leaves with twelve small domes to the top. It is well made, from a heavy gauge of copper and the design is very crisp. There are a few very tiny dents to the sides of the leaves but other than this it is in very good condition. The tinning, to the interior, is badly worn. £195. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16700 An Edwardian, oval copper mould with a grape design to the top. Unmarked. Date: c.1910. Size: 17.2cm. (6 3/4") long by 9.5cm. (3 3/4") wide by 10.2cm. (4") high. This mould has a very well detailed and well modelled bunch of grapes to the top, above fluted sides. It is a little later than we usually buy, but it is and excellent example of its period as it is well made, from quite a substantial gauge of copper. The top section is attached to the sides by a folded seam and a small copper loop has been attached so that the mould can hang. It is in excellent condition but the tinning, to the interior, is worn. £225. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16587 A Victorian, oval copper mould of geometric design. Marked with the orb and cross symbol used by Benhams and, to the opposite side, is a workmans mark in the shape of a radiating sun. Date: c.1870. Size: 17.8cm. (7") long by 12cm. (4 3/4") wide by 13.3cm. (5 1/4") high. This mould has six plain columns with fancy tops and this design is known as a 'Belgrave' mould. It is made from a heavy gauge of copper and it is in excellent condition. The interior has been re-tinned, in the traditional manner, so that it can be used. £295. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16702 A Victorian copper pipe mould with a geometric design. Marked only with a number '9' above the number '14'. Date: c.1870. Size: 14.5cm. (5 3/4") diameter by 11.7cm. (4 5/8") high. This mould has two tiers of stylised stiff leaves with ten small domes to the top. It is well made, from a heavy gauge of copper. It is in excellent condition but the tinning, to the interior is worn. £195. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16646 A large, Victorian copper pipe mould with a geometric design. Marked only with a number '40' which would be a pattern number. Date: c.1870. Size: 16.5cm. (6 1/2") diameter by 12.7cm. (5") high. This mould has two tiers of rounded topped, flat columns. The design is crisp and the mould is made from a heavy gauge of copper. It is in excellent condition but the tinning, to the interior, is worn. £225. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16647 A large, Victorian copper mould. Unmarked. Date: c.1870. Size: 14.8cm. (5 7/8") diameter by 16.8cm. (6 5/8") high. This mould is three tiered, with simple columns to the middle section, reversed form columns to the top section and a plain skirt. It is made from a heavy gauge of copper. There are a couple of very tiny dents to the plain skirt but other than that it is in excellent condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn and dark. £295. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16582 A Victorian, oval copper mould with a grape design to the top. Marked with the orb and cross symbol used by Benhams above the pattern number '1 A'. To the opposite end is a workmans mark in the shape of four small squares. Date: c.1870. Size: 16.8cm. (6 5/8") long by 12cm. (4 3/4") wide by 9.5cm. (3 3/4") high. This mould is very well detailed and well modelled and has a bunch of grapes to the top, above fluted sides. It is made from quite a heavy gauge of copper. It is in very good condition but the tinning, to the interior, is worn. £495. Nil.
D16545 A Victorian copper mould with a geometric design. Marked, with the orb and cross symbol used by Benhams, and the pattern number '459'. To the opposite side is a workmans mark in the shape of a fleur de lys. Date: c.1880. Size: 12cm. (4 3/4") diameter by 10.8cm. (4 1/4") high. This mould has six angular columns with small, round topped columns between. The design is crisp and the mould is made from a substantial gauge of copper. There is very slight denting to the flat top section of the mould but other than this it is in good condition. The tinning to the interior is worn. £168. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
C16438 A large, Victorian copper mould. Marked only with the engraved initials 'L.H' which are now quite worn. These would be the initials of a previous owner. Date: c.1880. Size: 15.8cm. (6 1/4") diameter by 17.2cm. (6 3/4") high. This mould is two tiered, with a simple, fluted top section above a scrolling design to the lower section. It is made from quite a heavy gauge of copper. The top section of the mould has been pushed in slightly to one side and there are a couple of very tiny dents to the top, fluted section, but other than that it is in good condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn and dark. £275. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
C16232 A very unusual copper mould in the shape of a shallow dish. There are no manufacturers marks but the piece is well engraved with the initials 'P.G' above the number '4'. These would be the initials of a previous owner. Date: c.1880. Size: 27.3cm. (10 3/4") diameter by 6.5cm. (2 1/2") deep. This piece would probably have been used for moulding ice to make a plate as a table centrepiece for displaying small moulded ice creams. The ice creams would have been in the shape of fruits and flowers. Moulds for making such ice creams can be found in our category of pewter moulds. It is in excellent condition but the tinning, to the interior, is worn. A fine copper loop has been attached so that the mould can be hung. £158. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
C16241 An unusual shaped Victorian copper mould. Marked with the orb and cross symbol used by Benhams and a pattern number '76'. To the opposite end is a workmans' mark in the shape of a circle. Date: c.1880. Size: 17cm. (6 3/4") long by 10.8cm. (4 1/4") wide by 8.3cm. (3 1/4") high. This mould has a plaited effect to the top, with wide fluted sides. It is made from quite a heavy gauge of copper. There is very slight marking to the copper but other than this it is in very good condition. The tinning, to the interior, is worn. £185. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.

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