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Hard to find squatty glove molds. Display your special things. Made in New Jersey April 2, 1985 from now defunct General Porcelain of Trenton, NJ. Only a few of these squatters I've seen in my travels. Measure only 12" tall wherein most glove molds are 14" to 16" tall. These are fully glazed but do show minor imperfections as they were used in the factory.

YOU GET THE ACTUAL ONE IN PHOTO #2 #3 #4 and and #5. READ:

**** CONDITION: Shiny and vibrant however there is a small three inch hairline under the glaze on the rear of the mold> This is not uncommon as it was used and it is not going to break or keep cracking, it's contained under the glaze. See the imperfection in photo #4 but see from a distance in photo #5 that on display it's hard to tell from a distance. You can always turn it around to the front photos #1 #2 and #3 so you can see the blue print "MEDIUM" sized. This is shiny, used in factory some black smudges see on on front lower base, hard to see when standing some glue from the factory. Some smuding near base possibly under the glaze, still cool and rare

Displays gorgeously.

NOTE: Gorgeous Turquoise Necklace prop not included and prop courtesy of check out that shop for such pretty natural gemstone jewelry and more....

What to use GLOVE MOLDS for:
display things
jewelry, necklaces, bracelets-use extenders
(most rings wont fit)
statement decoration
industrial display

Here is an article I wrote on glove mold history and what to do with them. I hope you find it interesting:

Thanks for looking. Do look in my shop for other glove molds. I have many styles, sizes and varieties. We bought them for catering weddings. Now my husband is huge in the BBQ word and we don't use them as much. Have been in my storage for years.


Rare Porcelain Vintage Glove mold lady one vintage

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