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Hoechst German Glove Mold Curved Size 8 rosenthal mold These are lovely and tall with curved fingers and symols (for measuring glove sizes) and a cool pink ring on base.

More History about these Molds:
It is dated 1984-1985 era when In 1985 Hoechst AG acquired the company once known as Rosenthal Technik.... The 1980s had Hoechst making Rosentha-Technik German Glove Molds in the original molds and marked HCTM. During the 1980s, the company operated it under the name Hoechst CeramTec AG.--these particular ones I have are marked, T1245/8 SR40 and are a huge chunk of porcelain. Mold and date codes too.

They have curved fingers and measure over 16" tall. Fingers are large so probably not good f
or rings, but you can drape jewelry on them for a lovely effect. About 4" across hand.

Hard to explain, but these are pourous porcelain 3/4 from the hand down to the forearm, but lower part 1/4 near the base they are shiny glazed. So they are odd and unique! If this makes sense! The natural bisque porcelain mixed with the small shiny part on the base makes for a unique look

Maker's marks on base in green, lines to measure glove molds too. Some light wear from sitting around in the glove factory. You can clean with comet and scrubbie and shine it right up.

YOU GET ONE PAIR. one left and one right.

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One Pair German Porcelain Glove Mold HANDS Tall and Pretty Industrial Bliss Left and Right