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Very Rare Victorian Copper Jelly Or Roulade Mould Benham & Froud No. 183

   Early and Very Rare Victorian Copper Jelly or Roulade Mould Benham & Froud No. 183 on Recti-linear Integral Stand. One of the more interesting and original designs for the collector. Judging from the serial number, one assumes this to be a fairly early mould by these well-known makers. In good overall clean and polished condition bu it would certainly benefit from a more thorough cleaning before being put on display. It bears the Benham & Froud Orb & Sceptre mark to one side of the rectilinear stand above the Serial number "183". On the opposite side of the stand there ...

Rectangular Victorian Copper Cake Or Jelly Mould With Hollow Interior. Very Rare

   Heavy Rectangular Early Victorian Cake or Jelly Mould w Hollow Interior. No makers mark as is normal with mould of the late Georgian and early Victorian period but very collectable because of its unusual shape. A rare and unusual example which was clearly designed so that fruit or hors d'vres could be displayed in the hollow rectangular centre of the finished moulded dish. The copper has a nice tone and it has not been too heavily cleaned. The tinned interior shows the usual age- and use-related discolouration. There is a small pierced symmetrical hole near the rim so it can be ...

Excellent Victorian Jelly Mould Benham & Froud No. 443

   Excellent Victorian Jelly Mould Benham & Froud No. Guaranteed antique and not a modern reproduction. No holes, repairs or splits. Even the tinned interior is in good condition. This is as good a Victorian mould as one is likely to find anywhere. The item "Excellent Victorian Jelly Mould Benham & Froud No. 443" is in sale since Monday, November 2, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Metalware\Copper". The seller is "daval-militaria" and is located in Guildford. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, Antigua and barbuda, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, ...

Very Rare Victorian Copper Jelly Or Roulade Mould Benham & Froud No. 183

   Early and Very Rare Victorian Copper Jelly or Roulade Mould Benham & Froud No. 183 on Recti-linear Integral Stand. One of the more interesting and original designs for the collector. Judging from the serial number, one assumes this to be a fairly early mould by these well-known makers. In good overall clean and polished condition bu it would certainly benefit from a more thorough cleaning before being put on display. It bears the Benham & Froud Orb & Sceptre mark to one side of the rectilinear stand above the Serial number "183". On the opposite side of the stand ...

Heavy Rectangular Victorian Cake Or Jelly Mould W Hollow Interior Unmarked

   Heavy Rectangular Early Victorian Cake or Jelly Mould w Hollow Interior. No makers mark as is normal with mould of the late Georgian and early Victorian period but very collectable because of its unusual shape. A rare and unusual example which was clearly designed so that fruit or hors d'vres could be displayed in the hollow rectangular centre of the finished moulded dish. The copper has a nice tone and it has not been too heavily cleaned. The tinned interior shows the usual age- and use-related discolouration. There is a small pierced symmetrical hole near the rim so it can be ...

Crenellated 8 Buttressed Towers Benham & Froud Victorian Jelly Mould No. 354

  Crenellated 8 Buttressed Towers Benham & Froud Victorian Jelly Mould No.. One of the more interesting and original designs, this circular fortress consists of Eight Pointed Towers each with matching double buttresses to the base. At the top, they form the battlements or crenellations around a circular platform. In good overall but quite heavily tarnished condition. The verdigris should be quite clear from the scans. It would certainly benefit from a more thorough cleaning before being put on display. It bears the Benham & Froud Orb & Sceptre mark to the rim above the Serial ...

Renowned Victorian Jelly Mould The Brunswick Star Benham & Froud 1864

   Rare Victorian Jelly Mould: "The Brunswick Star" Benham & Froud Design Registered: September 15 1864. Issued to commemorate the marriage of Edward Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1863, this is one of the most famous and highly collectable of the Victorian Benham & Froud copper jelly moulds. This particular example in in excellent overall condition. It had been lighly cleaned and polished but it would undoubtedly display better with a highe level of thorough cleaning. There is no damage and there are no repairs. There are no holes or splits. When viewed from...

Large Buttressed Turret Victorian Jelly Mould By Benham & Froud No. 639

   Large Buttressed Turret Victorian Jelly Mould by Benham & Froud No. The design consists of Eight Towers each with triple designed buttresses to the base. At the top, they form castellations around an oval viewing deck. In good overall but slightly tarnished condition, it would certainly benefit from a more thorough cleaning before being put on display. It bears the Benham & Froud Orb & Sceptre mark to one end of the rim above the Serial number of the mould. To the opposite end of the rim there is an impressed circular or'O' mark - possibly a journeyman's mark. There are a ...

Benham & Froud Copper Mould 70a Wheatsheaf

   What I think might be a rare Benham & Froud Copper "Wheatsheaf" Mould with fluted sides. At one end is the impressed Benham & Froud orb mark and the number 70A and at the other is an impressed mark which I think is the makers mark. I believe this mould would date to circa 1870. Very good with no dents, repairs or holes. The only thing to mention is that the mould does not sit completely flush to the ground. When you look at the underside from a side view the mould looks slightly warped see photo 7. I can only assume this is from the time of making as the mould does not ...

Benham & Froud Copper Mould 1a Grapes

   What I think might be a rare Benham & Froud Copper "Grapes" Mould with fluted sides. At one end is the impressed Benham & Froud orb mark and the number 1A and at the other is an impressed mark which I think is the makers mark. I believe this mould would date to circa 1870. Very good with no dents, repairs or holes. There maybe a hint of a ding to one grape and very light surface marks but no damage of any note. I have had this mould professionally polished and lacquered so it will stay shiny for many years. There are light reflections in the photos. Max length just under 17.5cm. ...

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