AP8879 30 Pictures: Occupations in 1750 springerle cookie mold Änis-
30 Pictures: Occupations in 1750 springerle cookie mold
Our " 30 Pictures: Occupations in 1750 " cookie mold is perfect for Birthdays and Celebrations all year long!
Approx. 210x290mm (8.3x11.4 in)
In the 18th century representations of craftsmen were among the popular motifs on pastry molds. The pictures show craftsmen at work with their typical working tools. On our Occupations mold 30 professions from the period are shown in detail, arranged in five rows. This artisan depictions were not only self-expressions of the upper middle class, but also were instructive panels with which the individual professions could be understood. Springerle and Änisbrötli with artisan representations appeared at various occasions and used in all levels of society.
The original wooden mold for our reproductions was loaned to us in 2006 and is now in a private collection in southern Germany.
Our molds are replicas of original hand carved wooden molds and cast in food safe resin. The rustic nature of these original carvings is conveyed with an old world charm and feel of real wood, but with the ease of use and durability of resin.
Perfect for gingerbread, springerle, marzipan, and fondant.
Made of certified food-safe resin.
MADE IN SWITZERLAND
Care of your cookie molds
Our Swiss Made Anise-Paradies molds are resistant to breakage and waterproof. For best results, you can wash the molds and use a brush to clean them off. Do not allow dough residue to harden in the mold. If you have dried up dough in your mold, soak it in water until the dough residue has softened and the mold can be cleaned perfectly. If you are working with several molds at the same time, place the molds that have already been used in water and then clean all of them after you have finished making your biscuits and cookies.