The sweet treat of childhood memories, a jewel-bright fruit jelly is also a British summer essential and when it’s served in a pre! y mould, even be!er! The origins of this quivering confection can be found in the 1300s, but it was the early Georgians who introduced the concept of the decorative mould. Antique moulds come in many shapes, sizes and an assortment of hardwearing materials such as china, copper and glass, so there are still plenty about. A "ne sight displayed on open shelves alongside your vintage china collection, you can pick up these delightful examples of domestic heritage in house clearance sales and local junk shops, regardless of whether you decide to make jelly in them, or not!