Ten Tin Jelly or Sugar Molds
- American Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2731M
- Date / Time :
- June 15, 2014 12:00PM
Ten Tin Jelly or Sugar Molds, America, late 19th century, possibly made and certainly used by the Shakers, the scalloped forms with flat bottoms, (some rust and accumulated grit), ht. 1 in.
Note: Similar molds are shown on p. 341 in Gather Up the Fragments, with a caption explaining that the Shaker tin-making enterprises and the worldly ones made very similar products, and thus tinware is often difficult to attribute to the Shakers.
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