Mould 76: What is inside this Vintage Pottery Mould?

This is the series where I reveal what is inside these pottery moulds I found on Gumtree.

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Images in this video were all sourced from a google search under ‘Cow Milk Creamer’

The story goes, I found a listing on gumtree for pottery stuff. When I arrived the seller said ‘I have all these pottery moulds would you like them as well?’ and I said ‘why not’. On the way home, I had the brain child to do a social media video series revealing what each mould is.

The mystery is in the fact that I had no idea what I had said yes to, some of the moulds are labelled and easy to tell but some of them are a little more difficult. The beauty is that all of the plaster moulds surprise you no matter the presentation of labels, titles or identifiable surface inside.

So come join me as I dive into this series and share the mould fun. I would love to hear any information you may have on the moulds and to let me know any stories you have that the moulds remind you of in the comments.

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15 Replies to “Mould 76: What is inside this Vintage Pottery Mould?”

  1. So cute. Think personally I'd paid on a big chocolate chip cookie. Only thing I eat with milk. Thanks again for sharing.

  2. You could make little handkerchief/bibs to go around their necks, to mop up the milk dribbles after pouring :p

  3. i love that you did the folk art inspired cows!! dutch traditional art is really underappreciated.. so glad i clicked on this, made my morning 🙂

  4. I love these but I kinda wish you had made the milka cow it would have been sooo cute ????????

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  6. Love them all but the black and white one got the most reaction from me. So adorable!

  7. I love these and you did such a beautiful job painting them. If I saw them in a shop I'd have a difficult time choosing just one.

  8. I love the historical information so much. When I retired from my government job, I was a DAIRY INSPECTOR!! Ha ha!! They are so very beautiful!

  9. Maybe a larger, tilted hole with a slightly pursed lip? I agree about the horn colour needing to be different, but I just I've the patterns you've done. So cute. I think I'd use them as vases anyway

  10. They're all very nice but the folk art ones are so pretty!
    Use gold on the horns!

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