Pie connections in our collections

The National Trust is home to a huge collection of items. Some are works of art of national significance, others are a little more mundane but nevertheless special and important. We here present five pie themed items from places around the Midlands.

Oval game pie mould made of tin

Wightwick Manor 

Famous for its Pre-Raphaelite collection, Wightwick also houses a beautiful pair of pie moulds.

Wedgwood pie dish


Fine dining deserves the best in tableware, so how about this Wedgwood pie dish found at Sunnycroft?

Crimping tool for pie crust

Sudbury Hall 

To look its best a pie needs a crimped edge. This tool from the collection at Sudbury should do the job.

Blue and white rectangular pie dish

Attingham Park 

There's nothing humble about a pie served in a dish like this one from Attingham.

A tin of pie filling

Mr Straw's House 

Mr Straw's House has an extraordinary collection of domestic items, so it's no surprise to find plenty of pie-related things, including this tin of pie filling.