This fabulous and rare pottery Jelly Mold (or Mould) clearly depicts a woman churning butter with a staved, cylindrical butter churn. There is a leaf motif along the sides of the mould.
The mould is about 8" (20.5 cm) long and 6" (15.5 cm) wide.
There is a chip which shows best from the back side of the mould, and a crack which extends from that chip into the interior of the mould. Please scrutinize the photos.
There is an impressed name on the exterior base, which has been so abraded over the years that it is now illegible. I was unable to photograph this faint mark.
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