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Lichtenstein Castle Springerle Cookie Mold
Lichtenstein Castle Springerle Cookie Mold
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Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: 4615

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Lichtenstein Castle is near Honau, Baden-Württemberg, 60 miles south of Stuttgart in southwest Germany. It is situated on a cliff in the Swabia Jura (Alps). It was built in 1840-1842, part of the Neo-Gothic architecture style that was underway in that period.

This intricately carved springerle cookie mold makes a dramatic springerle cookie that holds its own on a full cookie plate. Te details are beautiful--especially the flags on all the turrets. It's perfect for a prince or princess party. It also makes a beautiful ornament when using Delight™ or Creative Paperclay™. Try painting the ornament with metallic acrylics for a lustrous finish.

Featured in Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine Winter 2016 p. 283.

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

Cutters fitting this mold and other helpful tools appear directly below in the Accessories section.

Springerle Cookie Cutter Tips: For a plain border use bench scraper 10000 which has a sharp edge. Press straight down, guillotine-style. For a fluted edge, use either of our zig-zag cutters from Italy (10003 or 10004). They both give sharp patterns. Hold the handle vertically when you roll the cutter. This will give you a guillotine cut, and avoids pushing the dough forward.