Kashigata, Japanese Cookie Mold, Mid-century, c.1950-60Guillermina
Guillermina Emy LaFever arrived in Point Richmond in 1997 and instantly fell in love with the sleepy, charming little town by the San Francisco Bay. Her quirky, unique and carefully selected art and furnishings with Asian emphasis found a home and an appreciative audience. Guillermina continues to travel the world, acquiring and merchandising her incredible collection for 35 years.
Two parts carved wood cookie(mochi) mold of a sea bream, wood, Japanese. This type of cookie mold is put into use during New Year’s, weddings and other important and significant occasions. Expertly rendered, great condition, still can be used and a work of art on its own.
- Handmade in Japan
- Natural wood
- Oil once yearly
- 18 3/8"x8"Wx2"D