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Sleigh circa 1830 Springerle Cookie Mold
Sleigh Circa 1830 Springerle Cookie Mold
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Custom Cutter(s): 17090

Stock Status:(Out of Stock)
Product Code: 1040

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This cookie mold depicts a sleigh ride on a cold clear day with birds in flight. This mold commemorates Engadine Switzerland's famous sleigh ride festival known as the Schlitteda.

In this reproduction of an elaborately carved cookie mold, the horse wearing feather plume headdress and blanket of bells pulls an ornate sleigh. A woman with an elaborate ostrich feather hat and muff sits in the sleigh while a man in a fur trimmed coat and tall boots stands in rear of sleigh holding reins and a whip. Three birds fly in the background. This mold was carved around the year 1835 by Nicholas William Goetz in Basel, Switzerland.

This cookie mold reproduction is made of a food-safe resin that is unbreakable and waterproof. It comes with metal eyelet hanger attached at the 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: 17090

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

Rectangular Cookie Cutter 87 mm x 60 mm
Rectangular Cookie Cutter 87 mm x 60 mm