Vintage Porcelain Glove Molds| White & Blue | Germany | 1950's
Glove Molds were primarily used for making latex or rubber gloves. Porcelain hands served as forms (glove mold) to used to attach to a machine to "dip" into the rubber or latex mass, and make the gloves. Examples have been found by many pottery companies--from Germany to Japan. Germany was huge in porcelain production. One of Germany's leading manufacturers of the porcelain glove molds was actually Rosenthal, wherein history can be traced back to the company, Hutschenreuther, (named from it's original founder in 1814 by Carl Magnus Hutschenreuther).
Dimensions (cm):HxWxD: 38x10x8
Place of Origin:Germany
Style:Mid-century modern furniture.
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