Manchester artist creates 2.5ft tall King Arthur cake

A medieval masterpiece has been created by Rose Dummer of Rosie Cake Diva and Cakebomb for the opening of a new furniture store.

The cake was commissioned by Oak Furniture Land, to form part of the celebrations to mark the opening of its Wednesbury store in the West Midlands, and celebrate the release of new Guy Ritchie film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

Made from chocolate sponge with chocolate ganache, the cake is big enough to feed 200. It contains more than four kilograms of chocolate and is coated in more than eight kilograms of icing sugar.

It took five days to complete and has been airbrushed in edible paint.

The cake has now been donated to The Wednesbury Museum and Art Gallery, so that children can see it over the half-term holidays.

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