London, South Kensington
27 January 2015
SIX VICTORIAN COPPER JELLY MOULDS INCLUDING THREE FROM THE DUKES OF BEDFORD, WOBURN ABBEY
Including an Alexandra cross mould, stamped with the orb and sceptre of Benham and Froud also stamped 'REGISTERED APRIL 29 1865' ; one engraved with a crown and stamped 'WOBURN ABBEY' 266; another of swirl lobed form stamped 'TEMPLE CROOK 169' and monogram 'DB.W'; two very similar tiered moulded examples, by Benham and Froud, one with an orb and sceptre stamped '209' and another just stamped '209'; and one with engraved initials 'D.B' and numbered '270'
The tallest: 8 ¼ in. (21 cm.) high
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The initials D.B. stand for the Duke of Bedford and the W for Woburn
Please note that there are six moulds in this lot as in the illustration. Three are from The Dukes of Bedford, Woburn Abbey. For an updated description please refer to the on-line catalogue text and not the printed catalogue.
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