That's a British 13A plug and twin switched socket, [receptacle], 230v, and a Breadmaking machine. Is this NZ? Oz?- That tiled and lipped countertop is rarely seen in Britain. Both plugs [caps] are not the 'factory-moulded' ones; it looks like the cover has separated from the plug body if you notice how much thicker the undamaged plug is. There's a fuse in the cap assembly, max 13A, so this has to have been bypassed if the short was in the cap. I've seen this sort of thing once before, but in that case the inner receptacle 'bus bar' strips linking the two outlets had been damaged to dead short by overenthusiastic slamming of the plug into the socket. Actually it was a friend of mine: he kicked the plug in with his boot when his wife said she couldn't use the Hoover! Boy, did he get a surprise!
Wood work but can't!