LORD MAYOR’S PLUM PUDDING BOILER
Staffordshire, England c1890
Large pudding basin with hole, on footed base. Black transfer print above glaze with instructions for proper use. A quirky kitchen contraption circa 1890.
Pudding was said to be popular with QueenVictoria consisting of a baked or steamed, breadcrumb-thickened mixture, spread with jam and finally topped with meringue…..plum pudding.
Measures 6 3/4 inches in diameter x 4 inches tall.
Condition is very good, it may have never been used. A few tiny spots of discoloration to the interior. Great decorative item for cottage, country or primitive decor or immediate use.
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