While most readers weren’t far off the mark with last week’s mystery item, Judy Fletcher has quite the personal connection.
Judy’s grandfather used chocolate moulds much like these when he owned a confectionery factory in the 1950s. The rounded moulds were used to shape the marshmallow filling of snowballs, while the narrow one was used for crockets (snowballs minus the coconut coating). Thanks to everyone for their submissions. Others with the correct answer included Adrian Jack, Lynn Mather, Kerry Turfrey, Adriana Beachtime, Dean Midgley, Cindy Jones, and Kristine Danielewicz.