Guatemalan Sugar Mold
Sugar cane syrup is poured into each of the large holes Once it dried, the syrup formed raw brown sugar cones, which was how sugar was once sold to consumers.
Guatemalan sugar molds differ a little from the Mexican sugar molds. Mexican sugar molds are usually smaller and shaped more like a cone. These molds are larger and circular.
Between 3ft long x 9 in wide
Each hole is 7 in diameter
Around 4 inches tall