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On view at the Museum: The Food Sector

Sugar mould

Contemporary Era, South America
AL5389
This mould was used to shape papelón sugar loaves which are typical of Latin America. Such solid saccharose is also called a piloncillo in Mexico because of its conical shape, and is made by cooking and evaporating sugar cane juice.

Datasheet

  • Type: Mould
  • Place of origin: Venezuela
  • Materials and techniques: Wood
  • Date: circa 1950
  • Dimensions: 34 + 11.5 cm
  • Weight: 1095g
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