Block mould and jelly mould

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Date:1763 - 1770 (c.)

Description:White salt-glazed stoneware. Height of block mould 50mm These moulds are hexagonal in shape, with radiating fluting. The block mould was made by Ralph Wood I in 1763. The jelly mould was made by John and Thomas Wedgwood, 1768-1770.


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Donor ref:1742, 1965.P.186 (159/20773)

Source: Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

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