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Moulds Collection

Background imageMoulds Collection: A selection of copper border and jelly moulds

A selection of copper border and jelly moulds

Background imageMoulds Collection: A selection of jelly and cake moulds

A selection of jelly and cake moulds

Background imageMoulds Collection: Trade catalogue for copper moulds with tin lining 1911

Trade catalogue for copper moulds with tin lining 1911
Trade catalogue for Harrords department store, showing round fluted copper moulds with tin inside. Date: 1911

Background imageMoulds Collection: Trade catalogue for jelly and cake moulds 1911

Trade catalogue for jelly and cake moulds 1911
Trade catalogue for Harrords department store, showing jelly and cake moulds in a variety of shapes. Date: 1911

Background imageMoulds Collection: Copper Moulds

Copper Moulds
Copper jelly and cream moulds - the more elaborate cost as much as 18 shillings, a great deal of money in those days, 30 or more in year 2000 term"

Background imageMoulds Collection: A Blast Furnace in Action

A Blast Furnace in Action Date: circa 1920s

Background imageMoulds Collection: Tin Cooking Moulds

Tin Cooking Moulds
Tin Moulds for Sweets and Savouries

Background imageMoulds Collection: Salt Workers Droitwich

Salt Workers Droitwich
Droitwich in Worcestershire was the centre of extensive works producing salt from brine. Conditions in the brine boiling sheds were arduous

Background imageMoulds Collection: Workers in foundry pouring molten metal

Workers in foundry pouring molten metal
Metal foundry workers pour molten metal from a ladle into moulds. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageMoulds Collection: Scenes in a Chocolate Factory by Steven Spurrier

Scenes in a Chocolate Factory by Steven Spurrier
Chocolate in the making at J. S. Fry and Sons, Bristol. Top picture shows melangeurs grinding cocoa beans and sugar. In the middle, women workers mould chocolate cakes and bars

Background imageMoulds Collection: Moulds and casts, Royal Porcelain Works, Worcester

Moulds and casts, Royal Porcelain Works, Worcester
Moulds and casts used at the Royal Porcelain Works, Worcester. Date: 1843

Background imageMoulds Collection: Advert for Marshall & Snelgrove brassiere 1937

Advert for Marshall & Snelgrove brassiere 1937
Woman modelling the new Gothic, with its fashionable bust-line. 1937

Background imageMoulds Collection: Steel Casting at Fitzalan Steel Works, Sheffield, Yorkshire

Steel Casting at Fitzalan Steel Works, Sheffield, Yorkshire
Interior of a steel casting at Fitzalan Steel Works, Sheffield. Two men draw crucibles of molten metal from furnaces. Two others pour the metal into moulds to produce ingots. Date: 1844

Background imageMoulds Collection: Method of making the Tower Bell for Westminster 1856

Method of making the Tower Bell for Westminster 1856
Showing the method for making the Great Clock, Big Ben, using a mould. Date: 1856

Background imageMoulds Collection: GLASS 18TH CENTURY 7

GLASS 18TH CENTURY 7
GLACES Preparing the wooden moulds Date: 1765

Background imageMoulds Collection: Trade catalogue for Edwardian sweet making utensils 1911

Trade catalogue for Edwardian sweet making utensils 1911
Trade catalogue for Harrords department store, showing a variety of sweet making utensils. 1911

Background imageMoulds Collection: Advert for J. Roussel lingerie 1939

Advert for J. Roussel lingerie 1939
Personally for you. A belt by J. Roussel gives you the feeling of slimness and freedom. The Roussel method of expert individul consideration given to each figure control problem

Background imageMoulds Collection: Repeating Pattern - Desserts on white background

Repeating Pattern - Desserts on white background. *PLEASE NOTE that the magnifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern and will not feature on the final file.*

Background imageMoulds Collection: Unfired China Just Removed from Moulds

Unfired China Just Removed from Moulds, Manipulating Applied Ornament, Belleek - an interior shot showing men working at china at a bench. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Fermanagh: Belleek)

Background imageMoulds Collection: White earthenware, Plate 59

White earthenware, Plate 59, showing dishes, serving dishes, jugs, bowls and other items. Date: circa 1880s

Background imageMoulds Collection: Making Clay Pots

Making Clay Pots
A man moulds vast clay pots, which will later be used for melting glass into. Date: 1930s

Background imageMoulds Collection: Culinary moulds 1887

Culinary moulds 1887
Copper moulds for hot and cold entrees and savories. 1887

Background imageMoulds Collection: Culinary moulds in tin 1887

Culinary moulds in tin 1887
Page selection of culinary moulds in tin. 1887

Background imageMoulds Collection: Culinary moulds in pewter 1887

Culinary moulds in pewter 1887
Page selection of culinary moulds in pewter. 1887

Background imageMoulds Collection: Fancy ice moulds in pewter 1887

Fancy ice moulds in pewter 1887
Page selection of birds, fish, fruit and vegtables for ice moulds. Date: 1887

Background imageMoulds Collection: Mrs. A. B Marshalls showroom for moulds 1887

Mrs. A. B Marshalls showroom for moulds 1887
Mrs. A. B Marshalls school of cookery, showing an interior of a showroom at 32 Mortimer Street, Regent Street, London. With people seated at table taking notes form her book for recipes

Background imageMoulds Collection: Ice-making machine 1883

Ice-making machine 1883
Latest novelty machine that freezed the crystals that made ice and ices, ice creams and ice puddings, ready moulded for the table in six minutes with ice and salt. Date: 1883

Background imageMoulds Collection: Advert for Lomas & Co. Cake decorating tools 1898

Advert for Lomas & Co. Cake decorating tools 1898
Lomas & Co cake decorating specialist. Date: 1898

Background imageMoulds Collection: Type Founder 1827

Type Founder 1827
The role of the Type Founder consists of the melting of metals for the formation of moulds, letterings, and figures, used in the art of printing. Date: 1827

Background imageMoulds Collection: Moulding of Chocolate Bases

Moulding of Chocolate Bases for Charlotte Russe, Cream Boats, Bombs Ect. Date: 1936

Background imageMoulds Collection: Preparing Moulds with Sulpher of Plaster of Paris

Preparing Moulds with Sulpher of Plaster of Paris. Cake decoration. Date: 1936

Background imageMoulds Collection: Manufacturing equipment - Lead Shrapnel - WW1

Manufacturing equipment - Lead Shrapnel - WW1 Date: circa 1915

Background imageMoulds Collection: Trade catalogue for savoury and biscuit moulds 1911

Trade catalogue for savoury and biscuit moulds 1911
Trade catalogue for Harrords department store, showing a variety of designed moulds including crown, fish, butterfly and savoury and biscuit moulds. 1911

Background imageMoulds Collection: Japan - The Imperial Mint at Osaka - The Melting Furnace

Japan - The Imperial Mint at Osaka - The Melting Furnace Date: circa 1910s

Background imageMoulds Collection: Brick making hand shaping - Rangoon

Brick making hand shaping - Rangoon - then at tables under a thatched sun shelter, teams of three shape and press it into metal moulds, some children aged 12 (but look more like 8)

Background imageMoulds Collection: UK ceramics Industry at Burslem, Staffs (4 / 4)

UK ceramics Industry at Burslem, Staffs (4 / 4)
Flat presser making dishes at a pottery in Burslem, Staffs Date: circa 1910s

Background imageMoulds Collection: A selection of moulds and other kitchen equipment

A selection of moulds and other kitchen equipment
A selection of moulds, pans and other kitchen equipment

Background imageMoulds Collection: An assortment of copper moulds

An assortment of copper moulds
An assortment of tinned copper entree moulds, patty pans and copper moulds

Background imageMoulds Collection: Pouring Molten Metal

Pouring Molten Metal
A metalworker wearing protective eye goggles pours molten metal in to a mould from a huge crucible container, attached to an immense hook, into a small mould. Photograph by Heinz Zinram

Background imageMoulds Collection: Molten Metal on a Production Line

Molten Metal on a Production Line
A beautifully composed and lit photograph showing two metalworkers pouring hot molten metal into a series of moulds on a factory production line. Photograph by Heinz Zinram

Background imageMoulds Collection: Small Moulds - 2

Small Moulds - 2
These small moulds are sold by the dozen, so that your guests can be served individual portions

Background imageMoulds Collection: TIN MOULDS

TIN MOULDS
Tin moulds were quite a lot cheaper than copper moulds, around 5 shillings apiece; though even that is quite a lot by todays standards

Background imageMoulds Collection: Small Moulds - 1

Small Moulds - 1
Some in tin, some in copper, and some in copper tinned; the little ones were about 10 cm long

Background imageMoulds Collection: Small Moulds - 3

Small Moulds - 3
These small moulds are sold by the dozen, so that your guests can be served individual portions

Background imageMoulds Collection: Making Medieval Masks

Making Medieval Masks
Making masks in the middle ages - she is making the moulds, he is painting them

Background imageMoulds Collection: Renault Motor Works 1932

Renault Motor Works 1932
A line of cylinder block moulds await being filled with molten metal

Background imageMoulds Collection: Candle-Making C18 France

Candle-Making C18 France
The processes of candle-making in 18th century France



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