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    Posted 3 years ago

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    So i picked up this unique looking (what i believe to be a crow) mold. Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge on the history of it like where it might be from or what era it could have been made in. From what I've found it could be a butter mold? Thats about all i could find on it. Thanks!

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    1. Belltown Belltown, 3 years ago
      Nice! What are the dimensions, and what is the crow itself made of?
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
      Could very well be a butter mold or a candy mold.
    3. Oddball23, 3 years ago
      Each block is roughly 10” wide 7” high and a couple inches thick. The crow is also made of wood, matches the mold to the t cant i cant imagine how they finagled that.
    4. Lata Lata, 3 years ago
      I found a similar one described as: "Wooden Maple Sugar Candy Mold" i hope this helps.
      Very cool piece!
      Welcome to C.W. !
    5. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
      Lata - That makes sense. My family has a sugar bush and sugar shack up in Brownsville, Vermont and they produce all kinds of Maple Sugar products every year when the sap flows. They had a good year this year but the pandemic hindered opening their store for a few weeks.
    6. Oddball23, 3 years ago
      Awesome! Thanks for the replies

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