Wednesday, 18 May 2011

White Wednesday - Victorian Jelly Moulds

Occasionally, when I am at boot fairs, I come across these fascinating Victorian jelly moulds. I love all the wonderful patterns, all so very different, some geometric, some floral. It makes collecting them such fun. Usually they are different shades of white, every now and then I find a brown one. Some are in great condition, others have little chips from being used many times, and some have intricate crazing. But all are beautiful to me.

Here is a selection of mostly white Victorian jelly moulds from my collection -

I am linking this post to the wonderful Faded Charm blog and the 100th White Wednesday post over there. What an achievement!

Toodlepip, xxx


Jennifer Pearson Vanier said...

Oh, what a wonderful collection! I have a yellow ware mold of the wheat.Thanks for sharing.

Salma said...

they look sooo pretty - and your collection is amazing :)

have a wonderful day!

Michela said...

Is there anything that you don't collect Lizzie?! LOL!
Love the floral ones!

Jeanie Callaghan said...

Oh, how lovely! So glad you posted these! Do you use them?

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Liz,
they look beautiful.TFS.
Happy white Wednesday!

Serenata said...

Ooh they are lovely Liz! I haven't seen white jelly molds before only the glass ones...

Barbara Jean said...

These are great. Never seen anything like them here, the white I mean.

barbara jean

Dorthe said...

Such a beautiful collection, dear- I love those white moulds- have you ever tryed using some of them ,for a pie , or something else ?
Hugs to you Liz.

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

I love those molds. So sculptural. Great collection.

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

What a gorgeous collection of these molds, Liz! I love them and collect them too. I only have 3 so far though. Yours have such exciting patterns. How do you display them in your home?
Have a great day!
Hugs to you,

Catje said...

Beautiful! I collect some white stoneware(?) myself and allthough I love colours it's greate with just pure whites every now and then! Do you ever use them?