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post #16 of 23
Contoured pans have a gently beveled, rolled edge whereas beveled pans have a rather severe angle to their top edge. Here's a link to a picture of a beveled pan for Lambeth-style cakes, as Squirrely was talking about: Linky.
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post #17 of 23
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Oh, thanks Cakepro. I'll have to try to figure out what I want to get.
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post #18 of 23
Heehee, no messing with the squirrel now, haha! Yes, bevelled are difficult to find in a search likely because contours are so popular for fondant and Lambeth work was becoming a lost art for awhile, but it is making a comeback!
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post #19 of 23
k call me stoopid but what the heck is "lambeth work"?
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post #20 of 23
The only reason I thought you might be talking about contoured cake pans was the odd sizes you mentioned. Plus I always call the contour pans 'beveled.' icon_biggrin.gif Dunno why!
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post #21 of 23
Lambeth-style cakes employ lots and lots of overpiping. They are very elaborate, highly decorated, busy cakes. icon_biggrin.gif I'll try to google some pics for you.
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post #22 of 23
http://www.winbeckler.com/sculptures4.asp#Lambeth%20Grooms%20Cake

Per Baking911, "Lambeth Style Cake: This style of cake decorating is named after Joseph Lambeth of England, a prominent decorator circa 1920-1930. This style uses stacking layer after layer of Rolled Fondant Icing on one another, to achieve its unique look. On tops of all of the layers, Royal Icing is piped. Beveled top and bottom edges are another characteristic of this style of cake decorating."

It's not very popular so there aren't many links or images available, at least not using the search terms "Lambeth" and "Lambeth-style cakes."
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post #23 of 23
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Hmmm...I like both pan styles. This decision isn't going to be easy.
Accomplishment is the full blown rose of effort.

Susan
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