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New Silicone Molds for cakes, cakelets, entremets

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Brand new, never used silicone molds for baking cakes, cakelets, entremets.  There are 6 available, each with a different shape.  I’ve described them below and there are pics for your reference. 

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VOLCANO - There are 28 cavities/forms shaped like volcanoes with an indent measuring almost ~1” in diameter.  Each cavity form is ~2.5" in diameter at the bottom, 1.5” in diameter at the top, and 2.75” in height. 

 

TIERED CAKE - There are 24 cavities/forms shaped like mini tiered cakes.  Each cavity form is ~2.75" in diameter at the base, ~2” in diameter at the top, and ~1.75” in height.

 

WOVEN SQUARE - There are 24 cavities/forms shaped like woven squares.  Each cavity form is ~2" in length and width x ~1.5" in height.  Brand or make unknown.  Molds are a little dusty from not being used.

 

WAVE - There are 25 cavities/forms shaped like wavey rectangles.  Each cavity form is ~3" in length x ~1.5" in width x 1.3" in height.

 

INDENTED DOME - There are 24 cavities/forms shaped like domes with a small indented circle measuring ~1” in diameter.  Each cavity form is ~3" in diameter x ~1.25" in height. 

 

OFFSET SQUARE - There are 35 cavities/forms shaped like offset squares with an indent measuring ~1” in diameter.  Each cavity form is ~2" in length x ~2” width x ~2" in height.

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I purchased these when I was in pastry school because I thought “entremets, what fun!”.  And then I got into chocolate and you know the rest. ;-)

 

Brand or make unknown.  Molds are a bit dusty from not being used but are new and have never been used.  They can be used in a temperature range of -40°F to 446° F (-40° C to 230° C).  The overall size of the whole molds are ~15" in width x ~23" in length.

 

I’ll sell each mold for $40 USD OBO, or $220 for the lot of 6 (plus shipping, unless someone going to the chocolate workshop in NOTL is interested in which case I’ll just bring it with me).

 

DM me if you’re interested.  

Thanks!

 

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Any chance you're interested in bartering them for some of Wybauw's book??  I have Great Chocolate Volumes 1, 2 and 4

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I might have been, but I already have the Wybauw books and am looking to sell those too. 😁

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