Sweet Roller; 1860; 193.92

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Port Macquarie Museum

Name/Title

Sweet Roller

About this object

Hand cranked cast iron and brass sweet roller or lolly moulding machine with wooden handle and wooden arms. The roller functions with two cogs attached to two central roller moulds which turn when the handle is turned. The sweet roller was used to shape home-made boiled sweets and confectionery such as pear drops.

Date Made

1860

Measurements

600mm L, 160mm W (base), 315mm W (including handle)

Credit Line

Donor: Mrs K Walker

Object Type

Confectionery moulds

Object number

193.92

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