This flummery was made from a Staffordshire cream ware mould. The leaves are coloured with spinach green, the grapes with blackcurrent juice. Unlike the much more vertical moulds of the Victorian period, these early moulded dishes are very low.
Flummery eggs and bacon over green jelly "spinach" by food historian Ivan Day. 'Flummery' is a soft jelly or porridge, a molded sweet dessert, or "something poor, trashy or not worth having; empty compliment or foolish deceptive language;
Flummery (Welsh: llymru) is a sweet soft pudding that is at present made from stewed fruit and thickened with cornstarch. Flummery was essentially a Welsh dish which subsequently entered the culinary repertoire of the English.
REGENCY TRIFLE - Trifle was a popular dish during the Regency Era. Recipes from that period included lots of alcohol. This recipe uses jam and lemon juice in place of the alcohol. - Georgian / Regency Recipe (cookit.e2bn.org)