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Basel Staff circa 1730 Springerle Cookie Mold
Basel Staff Circa 1730 Springerle Cookie Mold
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Product Code: 4974
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This is the symbol of Basel, Switzerland. Before the Reformation, the bishop of Basel had tremendous religious and secular power and the top of the bishop's crozier (staff) became Basel's coat of arms.The original mold was carved around 1730.

This mold is made of a food-safe resin that is unbreakable and waterproof. It comes with metal eyelet hanger attached at top for display on a wall. In addition to making cookies, you can make ornaments using this mold (we recommend non-toxic modeling materials such as Paperclay or Delight).

Recommended custom cutter: 17086

Recommended dough thickness: 8 mm using our Dough Thickness Guides.

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