Description: Strasburg Baker's Symbol Springerle Cookie Mold from House on the Hill. Two bakers hold up a large pretzel between them. A sheaf of wheat at the center, loaves of bread, and stars surrounding the men complete the design. During the Middle Ages, Bakers' guilds were introduced to protect the interests of members and to regulate controls governing the price and weight of bread. This design is an interesting window into that history. Great for Oktoberfest!
This mold is a faithful resin reproduction of the original centuries old wood carving. The original was not completely flat, and our reproduction captures this, lending a sense of authenticity and rustic charm to this mold.
Size: 4" diameter
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.
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Demonstration: House on the Hill Video Demo