Redware Corn Mold - Antique
This is a very nice 19th century redware corn mold that is glazed on its interior and unglazed on the outside. Cornbread of all types was a staple in early America and cornbread 'ears' or sticks were a popular form of dinner bread. Found in Pennsylvania, this is a great piece of early redware.
It is 7.5" long.
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