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Buying Bakeware in Europe

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Does anyone know where in Paris, London or Cardiff I might find those classic concave-sided raised pie molds with clip ends and removable bases ? These are the patterned grandparents of the modern springform molds ? Or even metal drop-sided terrines ? I suspect they might be quite expensive but I've been looking for them for a few years during recent travels with no luck. I know they sound like antiques and they are quite beautiful, so perhaps in a flea market or second-hand shop perhaps ?

Also, whats the best store - if any particular specialist stores exist - to pick up baking hardware in any of those cities ? Thanks for any advice.

I'll post this in the lounge as well.


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