Heavy grey 12 egg mold baking pan. Surface impression in middle of pan reads "Ecko 68-F." The eggs all have their narrow end facing toward the center of the pan. The eggs are rather deep. The pan has a thick rim around the edge.
Edward Katzinger Company was originally founded in 1888 and sold tin pans to bakeries. They then expanded to provide for candy stores and ice cream parlors, and later kitchen supplies. The company later changed its name to Ecko.
This mold was used in Angelo's Bakery in Berwyn, IL. Egg shaped cakes were probably most popular around Easter time.
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Mold, Cake, Angelo's Bakery, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/7707. Accessed 03/01/24.