Vintage Copper Pudding Moulds, Late 19th Century (Set of 3)
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These gleaming little cups made from thick gauge copper were originally used to turn out individual pudding and jelly confections. We love the idea of using these to make neat miniature desserts, but we’d just as soon use them to add a bit of shine to other rooms in the house—like stashing small items in the bathroom, or housing a succulent on a bookshelf.
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Photography by Rocky Luten, Beth Sweeney
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