Small heavy antique copper Savarin mould.
This is in fabulous Savarin mould in an excellent condition. Still lined and exceedingly usable.
Followers of Sugden and Daughters will know that we don't buff or polish our copper. We love it just the way it is. If desired it would polish up beautifully.
Size: W17cm x 4.5cm
About a Savarin mould - The savarin mould is a large ring shaped mould, designed originally with an accompanying gâteau recipe in mind. It was created by the Julien brothers, Parisian pastry chefs who owned Julien Frères, a respected pastry shop in Paris in the mid 19th century. The name Savarin is given in honour of Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, the famous French gourmet, who gave Auguste Julien the recipe for the rum syrup used in the original Savarin Gâteau. In modern times, however, the moulds are used for many preparations, sweet and savoury, including meat, seafood, and vegetable dishes, as well as cakes, breads, mousses and jellies (Wikipedia)