Vintage Hartstone Shortbread or Cookie Mold / Rare Large Thistle Flower Heart Shaped Mold / 1989 Clay Mold

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Awesome vintage clay cookie shortbread mold by Hartstone Pottery. Marked with their logo and 1989 on the back. This mold is quite rare and features 6 sections of detailed thistle flowers. There are no chips or cracks; just some storage scratching marks on the bottom and along the edge. This is a large mold and measures approximately 10 1/2" across x 10" top to bottom. This is a substantial mold and is quite heavy. As decorative as it is functional, this will add a touch of rustic displayed in your country or farmhouse kitchen.

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