Small aluminum lamb shaped bake mold (back piece). Surface inscription "MAL" on the neck. There are two handles on each side of the lamb. There are two holes in the base of the piece, as well as a small rod of metal sticking out at what would be the back of the lamb's head.
This was used in Angelo's Bakery in Berwyn, IL. Lamb molds were typically used during Easter time.
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Mold, Cake, Angelo's Bakery, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/7712. Accessed 03/01/24.