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Our 1 Day Sale Starts Right Now!

*Note: The sale prices cannot be combined with the First time buyers 10% discount.
Please allow up to 14 business days for these molds to ship.
Clear and tinted molds will require extra time. Clear molds may “Yellow” over time.
Tinted color molds may be a bit lighter or darker than those shown but the
colors will be in the ballpark.
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We also have a couple molds on sale in our Etsy Store.
Find them in our Etsy store at:etsy.com/shop/TheSpringerleBaker

You will be viewing the Clear molds from their backsides.
Beautiful functional works of Art.
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For Saturday March 25th, 2017
The sale prices are good thru
Sunday March 26th, 2017
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March 25th, 2017
#1727 Alsace Christ Mold
Regular price $74.46
Sale price $67.03
For clear or tinted colors add an extra $9.31.

#1727 Alsace Christ Mold – $74.46.

This mold measures about 9 3/4″ x 5 5/8″ and will produce a cookie that measures about 8 1/4” x 4 1/2”.  The image is very beautiful, dimensional, deep, nicely detailed and very accurate with proportions. The mold carries the number 21 and the initials J?B. The image looks to be that of Christ. Here is what some folks sent to me about the symbolism: The right hand is raised in a gesture of benediction. The 3 fingers up represent the Holy Trinity and the 2 fingers down represent the 2 natures of Christ. He also holds the globus cruciger (cross-bearing orb) showing Christ’s dominion over the world. His head is surrounded by a halo of radiant light (rather than the typical round disc or circle halo) which depicts a holy person. Now, the hat threw me but it looks similar to that of the one wore by the Holy Infant of Atocha. Due to the sheep at his feet the image certainly looks to be Jesus as the Good Sheppard. Keep in mind that this mold can also produce great paper castings and other works of art for you. This mold is #1727 and sells for $74.46. A clear or color tint copy of this mold will cost an extra $9.31. The original mold which dates to around 1800 was used in a bakery in the Alsace area of France. This mold now resides in a small private collection here in America.

Cookie made with mold #1727.

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March 25th, 2017
#1931 Champvert Heart Mold
Regular price $27.20
Sale price $24.47
For clear or tinted colors add an extra $3.40.

#1931 Champvert Heart Mold – $27.20.

This heart mold measures about 3 1/4” x 2 3/4” and is very nicely detailed with good depth. What exactly the images symbolize in this configuration, I cannot say. I know the heart is a symbol of love and that the acorn can mean strength as well as honor and longevity. The design in the center??  This mold is a replica of an 18th century stone mold that was sent to us from France by Madame Moulherat. This mold is #1931 and sells for $27.20. A clear or color tint of this mold will cost an extra $3.40.

Cookie made with mold #1931.

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March 25th, 2017
#401 Small Crucifixion of Christ Mold
Regular price $41.95
Sale price $37.75
For clear or tinted colors add an extra $5.24.

#401 Crucifixion of Christ Mold - $33.95

#401 Crucifixion of Christ Mold – $41.95.

This mold depicting the crucifixion of Christ measures about 3 3/8” in diameter and has great depth and dimension. This mold produces a beautiful cookie that is palmed sized but packed with detail. Those that received a cookie of this image this past week were in awe of the detail and its overall beauty. The original mold that this image was taken from is much larger as it is a 2 image mold that was most likely designed for Lebkuchen or Spekulatius. The original mold dates to about 1720 and came from Ulm Germany and  now resides in the Sara B. Carlisle collection here in America. This mold is #401 and sells for $41.95. A clear or color version of this mold will cost an extra $5.24.

Cookie made with mold #401

Cookie made with mold #401

 

#401 painted by Jen Krzmarzick.

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March 25th, 2017
#1746 Red Riding Hood
Regular price $81.12
Sale price $73.04
For clear or tinted colors add an extra $10.14.

#1746 Red Riding Hood Mold. – $81.12.

This Red Riding Hood mold measures about 6″ x 5 7/8″ and produces 12 individual pictures that measure about 1 11/16″ x 1 5/16″ each. This is the first full fairy tale mold that I have seen. The picture images stand off the cookie to a high degree. All the scenes are nicely detailed and are a very good size. The original mold has some small cracks and splits that we were able to correct for our replicas. This mold can be used for Springerle, Marzipan and other confections. The detail and dimensions are amazing and will add to your cookie trays or dessert displays. This mold is #1746 and sells for $81.12. A clear or color tinted copy of this mold will cost an extra $10.14.

Cookies made with mold #1746.

Cookie plate:
I’m not clear on all of the scenes. The scenes as I know them reading from the top right over: Reds mother sends her off to the grandmothers with a basket of goodies (looks like bread and wine), Red meets the wolf under a rather large tree in the forest, while picking flowers Red tells the wolf of her plans to see the grandmother, the wolf goes to grandmothers house first and eats grandmother, Red arrives and grandmother is not her usual self, the wolf eats Red, A lumberjack hearing Reds cries comes in sees wolf in bed and deduces what happened, lumberjack opens up wolf and removes Red and grandmother (bottom right scene) then dispatches wolf, in the last scene they are all three enjoying the delicious sweet wine and bread and just maybe chocolate cake.

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March 25th, 2017
#494 Small Königsberg Heart Marzipan Mold
Regular price $33.46
Sale price $30.11
For clear or tinted colors add an extra $4.20.

#494 Small Königsberg Heart Marzipan Mold – $33.46.

This mold measures about 3″ in diameter with the image being about 1 11/16″ x 1 5/8″. A perfect size for a one to two bite cookie or confection that would be a great addition to your cookie tray or display. A very beautiful and meaningful motif. The cross and anchor symbolize Christian believe and hope. The daisy is said to be a symbol of the innocence of the Christ Child. I am not certain of the meaning behind the other flower that looks like a trumpet vine. This mold has a groove around its side to assist in lifting it up off your dough. This mold is #494 and sells for $33.46. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $4.20.

Cookies made with mold #494.

 

#494 Small Königsberg Heart Marzipan Mold in Clear.

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March 25th, 2017
#1861 Heilbronn Couple on Veranda Mold
Regular price $34.88
Sale price $31.39
For clear or tinted colors add an extra $4.36

#1861 Heilbronn Couple on Veranda Mold – $34.88.

This mold measures about 3″ in diameter with the image area being about 2 1/4″ in diameter. The mold features a scene with a couple out on a veranda. You can see potted shrubs on each side of them and clouds floating above. The images are all nicely detailed with good depth and design. This mold has a groove around its side to help make it easier to lift it off your dough. This mold is #1861 and sells for $34.88. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $4.36.

Cookie made with mold #1861.

 

#1861 Heilbronn Couple on Veranda Mold in Clear.

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Please allow up to 14 business days for these molds to ship.

Clear and tinted molds will require extra time.
Plain Clear molds may “Yellow” over time.
You will be viewing the Clear molds from their backsides.
Find our molds also at:
etsy.com/shop/TheSpringerleBaker
Please send your order request or any questions about these molds to: order@thespringerlebaker.com
You’ll need to cut and paste the address.
Please allow 1-2 days to receive your invoice after ordering.
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