‘Kueh baulu’ mould

‘Kueh baulu’ is a Malay/Peranakan Chinese round, egg-based flour cake. The lid of the mould is designed to contain hot charcoal on top while the mould itself is heated on a clay oven. The mould is carved with decorative and auspicious floral and animal motifs.

Date/Period
1940s-1960s
Region
Singapore
Dimension
Object size: D26.5cm x H4.5cm
Accession No.
2003-00257-002
Collection of
National Museum of Singapore
Credit Line
Gift of Mr. David Ng
Category
Folklife Collection