“Nutbrown” rabbit jelly molds were made in England is a type of kitchen utensil used for making jelly or gelatin desserts in the shape of a rabbit. The mold is made of aluminum, which is a common material used for making jelly molds.
To use the mold, you would typically prepare the jelly or gelatin according to the instructions on the package, then pour it into the mold and allow it to set in the refrigerator or freezer. Once the jelly has set, you would carefully remove it from the mold to reveal a molded rabbit-shaped dessert.
These types of molds were popular in the early to mid-20th century and were often used for special occasions such as Easter or other springtime celebrations. They are now considered a vintage or nostalgic kitchen item, and people collect them as part of their kitchen decor or for use in creating retro-inspired desserts. Dimensions: 4.5” x 2” x 1.75”