Coppermill Kitchen

Vintage Copper Cake & Chocolate Baking Moulds

$498.75
Coppermill Kitchen

Vintage Copper Cake & Chocolate Baking Moulds

$498.75

This calls for a celebration.

We were delighted to get our hands on these rare finds. They’re just the kind of thing you’d find in a history book on vintage copper moulds (they come from centuries past, after all). Their iconic shapes were once used to make all kinds of goodness—think: mini cakes, breads, and jellies. Thanks to Coppermill Kitchen, there's oodles to eye up and hang on your wall for all to admire. And now? Well, we’ll leave it up to your imagination.

Italian Steam Mould with Lid, Late 19th Century: This one hails from Italy and resembles an acanthus plant (that’s a traditional shape). To top it off? There’s a lid that stays put thanks to the attached clasps.

English Mould, Mid 19th Century: Oh, that fluted shape! This rare find comes from English metal workers Benham & Froud, and it’s got the “Made in England” stamp on the side to prove it. For a showstopping dessert, look no further.

English Swirl Moulds, Set of 3, Mid 19th Century: These rare finds have the very same iconic swirl shape you’ll find in history books on vintage copper. (Good things really do come in threes.)

English Canelé Moulds, Set of 3, Mid 19th Century: They’re ready to give your canelés a just-right caramelized crust—and we won’t be surprised if you try those dreamy shapes out on a slew of other desserts, too.


and Easy-Breezy Returns

Vintage copper—is there a dreamier sight? Whether it’s a gleaming tea kettle or a well-worn (but well-loved) baking dish, copper lends easy, warm elegance to a home, without all the stuffiness. We’ve brought you an assortment of stunning, one-of-a-kind finds from Coppermill Kitchen to add to your collection, exclusive to our Shop (you won't find them anywhere else!).

This calls for a celebration.

We were delighted to get our hands on these rare finds. They’re just the kind of thing you’d find in a history book on vintage copper moulds (they come from centuries past, after all). Their iconic shapes were once used to make all kinds of goodness—think: mini cakes, breads, and jellies. Thanks to Coppermill Kitchen, there's oodles to eye up and hang on your wall for all to admire. And now? Well, we’ll leave it up to your imagination.

Italian Steam Mould with Lid, Late 19th Century: This one hails from Italy and resembles an acanthus plant (that’s a traditional shape). To top it off? There’s a lid that stays put thanks to the attached clasps.

English Mould, Mid 19th Century: Oh, that fluted shape! This rare find comes from English metal workers Benham & Froud, and it’s got the “Made in England” stamp on the side to prove it. For a showstopping dessert, look no further.

English Swirl Moulds, Set of 3, Mid 19th Century: These rare finds have the very same iconic swirl shape you’ll find in history books on vintage copper. (Good things really do come in threes.)

English Canelé Moulds, Set of 3, Mid 19th Century: They’re ready to give your canelés a just-right caramelized crust—and we won’t be surprised if you try those dreamy shapes out on a slew of other desserts, too.


and Easy-Breezy Returns

Vintage copper—is there a dreamier sight? Whether it’s a gleaming tea kettle or a well-worn (but well-loved) baking dish, copper lends easy, warm elegance to a home, without all the stuffiness. We’ve brought you an assortment of stunning, one-of-a-kind finds from Coppermill Kitchen to add to your collection, exclusive to our Shop (you won't find them anywhere else!).