First Day of Christmas: Partridge in a Pear Tree Springerle Cookie Mold

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Description: Partridge in a Pear Tree springerle cookie mold by House on the Hill. As we learned in the Christmas Carol, the partridge is the first of 12 gifts representing the 12 days between the birth of Jesus and the Epiphany, The mold has an arched top, reminiscent of a church window. We also make a matching cookie cutter for this mold.

Ever wonder about the meanings of each gift in the song? The partridge in a pear tree is represents Christ. A mother partridge will feign injury to lure a predator away from her nest; she is willing to die for her children. The tree is the symbol of redemption.

Looking for all twelve molds at once? The entire set of 12 Days of Christmas can also be purchased at the same time.

Size: 2.25" x 3.375"

Cookie Cutter: Arch for 12 Days of Christmas

House on the Hill Springerle Mold Care: To clean your molds, gently wash with a drop of dish soap and water. A soft toothbrush works well to get in any small grooves. Rinse completely. Gently remove as much water as possible with a soft dish towel and dry carving side down on a clean dry towel or cooling rack to allow air flow. Dry completely before storing. Never leave your molds to soak in water or put them in a dishwasher. 

Discover how easy it is to roll consistently thick springerle dough with our Dough Thickness Guides. 

Demonstration: House on the Hill Video Demo