PEOPLE

*PLEASE note that the color of the molds you order may 
differ slightly from those pictured*

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PEOPLE
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Welcome to The Springerle Baker’s on-line catalog for People molds.
(This is not an eCommerce site).
Any of our molds can be produced in Clear or a Color Tint, but PLEASE note that there is an extra charge and possibly a longer time before shipping.
If you have questions about any of our molds, or would like to place an order, please send an e-mail to:
order@thespringerlebaker.com
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Your mold order will be processed after your payment is received. Please allow up to 12 business days for your order to ship after your payment is received. After October 10th, Please allow up to 16 business days for your order to ship.
PLEASE order early to avoid disappointment.

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Note: Molds that are clear give the exact same results as the brown molds. The clear molds may turn a light amber over time, but will remain clear. As for strength, the clear molds are very durable.
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#202 The Romancer Mold – $39.62.

This mold is based on the famous painting, “The Lute Player”, by Hendrik Sorgh in the 1600’s. This mold has a deep border so that when pressed it keeps the look of being a painting. It has a groove around the side to assist in lifting the mold from dough. The mold measures about 3 5/16″ in diameter and will produce a cookie that measures about 2 3/4” in diameter. The cookie is full of depth and dimension and is very detailed with minute images. This mold is Item #202 and sells for $39.62. Clear and tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $4.96.

Cookie made with mold #202.

 

#202 The Romancer Mold in Clear Green.

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#213 Elsebeth's Garden Mold - $52.95

#213 Elsebeth’s Garden Mold – $52.95

This mold measures about 5 ¼” in diameter and will produce a cookie or confection that is loaded with beauty and fine details. Notice the small butterfly above Elsebeth’s left shoulder, the squirrel at her right hand, the gentleman neighbor looking over the fence, the fine details of the trees and all the fowl in the garden. This mold will produce quite a conversation piece as a cookie or confection. This mold is #213 and sells for $52.95. A clear or color tinted version of this mold will cost an extra $6.62.

Cookie made with mold #213

Cookie made with mold #213

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#225 Young Jeffrey Mold – $28.97.

This mold measures about 4 3/4″ x 2 1/4″ and features young Jeffrey all dressed for a day at the beach. This mold is deep and the image produced is detailed but not “crisply” so. Still, this image would make a very good addition to your cookie tray or a dozen sent (tinted with color or not) would make a great gift to your favorite beach-goer. This mold is #225 and sells for $28.97. Clear or tinted molds are an additional $4.06.

Cookie made with mold #225.

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#229 The Proposal Mold – $48.96.

This romantic scene set in the 1800’s measures about 4 5/16″ x 3 3/4″ with the image area measuring about 3 1/2″ x 3″. A very nice size that shows plenty of details. Some of the details look a little “soft” but still present a beautiful romantic image. Framing this scene of young romantics is an Art Nouveau flair border. This border lends to the overall appearance of this wonderful mold design. This mold has a groove around its side so that it may be easier to lift off your dough. The clear and color tinted versions of this mold are a beautiful stand alone work of art. So, not only beautiful art but functional as a cookie mold as well. This mold is #229 and sells for $48.96. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $6.12.

Cookie made with TSB mold #229.

 

#229 in Pink, Clear, and Green

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#302 Winterlich Ride Mold – $43.89.

This mold of a very wintery sleighing scene measures about 5 5/8″ x 3 1/8″. The images are all filled with detail from the flower design on the sleigh, the feathers the horse wears to the greenery at the corners of the design and the small snowflakes falling all around. This mold produces a post card sized cookie making it a perfect single to give. This mold is #302 and sells for $43.89.

Cookie made with mold #302.

 

#302 Winterlich Ride Mold in Clear.

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#407 Small Elsebeth’s Garden Mold - $34.95

#407 SMALL Elsebeth’s Garden Mold – $34.95

This SMALL version of our Elsebeth’s Garden mold measures about 3 1/8” in diameter and will produce a cookie or confection with all the same beauty and fine details as the larger version. Notice the small butterfly above Elsebeth’s left shoulder, the squirrel at her right hand, the gentleman neighbor looking over the fence, the fine details of the trees and all the fowl in the garden. This mold will produce quite a conversation piece as a cookie or confection. This mold is #407 and sells for $34.95. Clear and tinted colors of this mold will be an extra $4.37.

Cookie made with mold #407 with border.

Cookie made with mold #407 with border.

 

#407 in Jadeite, Pink, Emerald, and Clear

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#410 Small Queen Mold – $34.95.

#410 SMALL Queen Mold – $34.95.

This SMALL version of our #2302 Queen mold measures about 5 ¼” x 2 1/8” and produces a cookie with all the fine and great details that the larger version has. She has a great deal of filigree work as well as having jewels all over her gown. This mold like many of our molds, not only will produce great looking cookies but also very nice paper casting and other art work. At this small size she would be the focal point of your desert or cookie tray. Truly beautiful and edible. This mold is #410 and sells for $34.95. A clear or color tint copy of the mold will cost an extra $4.37.

Cookie made with mold #410.

Cookie made with mold #410.

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#412 Small Hunter Mold – $23.75.

#412 SMALL Hunter Mold – $23.75.

This mold of a Hunter leaning on his rifle measures about 3 3/8” x 1 3/4” and has good depth, dimension and very fine details. From the feather on his hat, the flowers at his feet, the weave of his clothing and the hairs of his mustache you will see detail. The mold carries the initials K.L. which could stand for Karl Lückenotte. But that’s just a guess on my part. This mold can be used for Springerle, Printen, Spekulatius, Gingerbread and Marzipan. This mold is a small version of our mold #1824. This is mold #412 and sells for $23.75.

Cookie made with mold #412.

Cookie made with mold #412.

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#423 SMALL Amanda’s Kitchen Mold – $23.60.

This mold features a woman busy at her stove and measures about 3 1/2” x 3 3/16”. The image is so nicely detailed that even the steam coming from her stew can be seen. The carver did a great job with adding the details of the stove, the pots and utensils in use, the cabinet with plates and containers and the pattern on the kitchen floor. Notice also how detailed Amanda is in her dress and apron, sleeves rolled up, hair pinned back and her facial features. A true snapshot of a time gone by preserved for us to see. This is a smaller version of our #1667 mold. This mold is #423 and sells for $23.60. You can view the original mold here: thespringerlebaker.com/McLaughlin.html

Cookie made with mold #423.

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#427 Small Ludwigshafen Dancers Mold – $29.70.

This mold of festive medieval dancers measures about 2 3/4” x 1 7/8”.  Great details and very nice dimensions make this scene an absolute beauty. Notice the man playing what looks to be a bagpipe while all the dancers seem to be having a great time. This mold produces not only beautiful cookies, but I believe this mold would also produce great paper castings for framing and for making confections and ornaments. This mold is item #427 and sells for $29.70. This mold is a smaller version of our #2383 mold. A clear or colored copy of this mold will cost an extra $4.96.

Cookie made with mold #427.

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#431 SMALL Waldenburg Kite Flyer Mold – $21.95.

 

This mold of a Kite Flyer measures about 2 1/4” x 1 9/16” and has good depth and great period details. Kite flyers are a great and unusual motif on cookie molds and like many molds are a snapshot of the past. This mold is #431 and sells for $21.95. Clear and color copies of this mold will cost an additional $2.74.

Cookie made with mold #431 with quarter.

 

#431 Small Waldenburg Kite Flyer Mold in Clear.

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#434 SMALL Champvert Toastmaster Mold – $24.95.

This mold is of a “Toast maker” and measures about 3 1/8” x 1 5/8” and it produces a cookie or confection with great depth, dimension and fine details. From his stylish beard to his eyes, hair and clothing, he is incredible. The carver did a first rate job when he carved this mold! The Toastmaster is handsome and looks to be in the middle of proposing a toast. He is sure to liven up any function he attends. This mold can be used for making cookies, confections or for making ornaments. This is mold #434 and sells for $24.95.  He would make an outstanding addition to your cookie tray or dessert display. Fantastic! This mold is a Smaller version of our #1918 mold.

Cookies made with mold #434. Trimmed and untrimmed

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#436 TINY Queen Mold – $24.75.

We have 3 different sizes of this design and this is the smallest. This TINY version of the Queen mold measures about 3 ¼” x 1 ½” and produces a cookie with all the fine and great details that the larger version has. She has a great deal of filigree work as well as having jewels all over her gown. This mold like many of our molds, not only will produce great looking cookies and very distinctive confections but also very nice paper casting and other art work. At this tiny size she would be the focal point of your desert or cookie tray. Truly beautiful and edible. This mold is #436 and sells for $24.75. A clear or color copy will cost an extra $3.09.

Cookies made with mold #436 trimmed and untrimmed.

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#441 SMALL Kassel’s Boy and Dog Mold – $44.85.

This mold featuring a Boy training his dog measures about 3 1/8” in diameter. Being a deep mold, it was made to be used for Marzipan, but it may also be used for cookies. The details are extra fine on this mold as is evident by the boy’s clothing and features. Notice his footwear and the small tassels hanging at the bottom of his trousers, his shirt and neck scarves and his facial features. This would produce quite a beautiful and unique cup cake topper too. This mold has a groove around its side to help assist in lifting after pressing. The original mold was used at a bakery in Kassel Germany and was made in the 1800’s. This mold is #441 and sells for $44.85.  This mold is a Smaller version of our #1914 mold. We added a border to this smaller version. Clear and color copies of this mold will cost an additional $5.61.

Cookie made with mold #441.

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#447 SMALL Nobleman Mold – $44.85.

This mold measures 6 1/4″ x 2 3/8” and produces an elaborate cookie or confection that will grab the attention of anyone seeing it. This SMALL Nobleman is Fine and Fancy and sure to please when presented as a gift! This mold can be used with Springerle, Spekulatius or Speculaas dough. Keep in mind that doughs with a higher fat content may not retain all the details. This mold is #447 and sells for $44.85. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $6.28. This mold is a smaller version of our #1201 mold.

Cookie made with TSB mold #447.

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#453 SMALL Noblewoman Mold – $44.85.

This mold of a Noblewoman measures 6 1/2″  x 3 1/8” and produces an elaborate cookie or confection that will grab the attention of anyone seeing it. She is very nicely detailed in her elaborate raiment and is sure to please when presented as a gift! This mold can be used with Springerle, Spekulatius or Speculaas dough. Keep in mind that doughs with a higher fat content may not retain all the details. This mold is #453 and sells for $44.85. A clear or color tinted copy of this mold will cost an extra $5.61. This mold is the Smaller version of our #1202 mold.

Cookie made with mold #453.

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#456 JUNIOR Lady Edith Mold – $70.16.

This mold of a very beautiful and expertly carved fine Lady measures about 7 9/16″ x 2 13/16″. I can’t say enough about the carved fine details and symmetry that the carver imparted to this Lady. All of the details have very good depth and dimension. The Lady looks to be dressed for the time period between 1820 to about 1848. This mold has grooves along its long sides to assist in lifting after pressing. This mold can be used with a Springerle, Gingerbread, Spekulatius or Marzipan dough. A work of edible art as is, but painted with edible colors, she’d be a hit during your luncheon, tea party or shower. Paper casting with this mold should also work well. The JUNIOR Lady Edith mold is #456 and sells for $70.16. A clear or color tinted copy of this mold will cost an extra $8.77.

Cookie made with mold #456.

 

#456 Junior Lady Edith Clear Colors.

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#457 Old Tyme Barn Dance Mold – $34.67

“Clap your hands and tap your toes”; barn dances have been around for centuries and were popular social gatherings for families and communities. This festive one seems to be part of a Christmas celebration, with garland and a wreath seen. This mold measures about 2 1/2″ x 2 1/8″ with the image measuring about 2 1/4″ x 1 7/8″. It has a groove on each end to help lift the mold from the dough. The images have a good depth. This mold is #457 and sells for $34.67. A clear or color tinted copy of this mold will cost an extra $4.33.

Cookie made with mold #457

 

#457 in Sharon Rose, Green, Clear, and Cranberry.

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#472 JUNIOR Weinbacher Spinner Mold – $47.97.

This detailed and very crisp mold that depicts a Spinner measures about 6 5/16” x 3 3/4”. The cookie produced with this mold will have great depth, dimension and details and will be sure to please. The details on this mold were expertly carved as is evidenced by the almost perfect form of the face from the tip of her nose to the very strands of her hair. The clothing was beautifully carved with small details allowing a true “snapshot” of someone from the past. Beautiful, simply beautiful! I believe that a framed paper casting of this mold would make a beautiful and very unique gift for the person or persons in your life that knit, sew or spin. Consider creating your Christmas cards with this image as the front piece. How unique and personal would that be. Carved around the mid 1800’s, the original wooden mold comes from Nürnberg Germany where it had been in use in a bakery. This original mold now resides in a small private collection here in the USA. This mold is #472 and sells for $47.97.

Cookie made with mold #472.

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#496 SMALL George Washington Mold – $31.40.

This mold measures about 2 7/16” in diameter and proudly features George Washington who was known as the Father of our country. His image is ringed by thirteen stars which represent the thirteen original colonies. The name “Washington” and the years he served as president are on the mold. The whole image is nicely detailed and the border is raised just enough to serve as a beautiful frame. This mold is #496 and sells for $31.40. A clear or tinted copy of this mold will cost an extra $3.90.

Cookie made with mold #496.

 

#496 SMALL George Washington Mold in Clear.

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#523 SMALL Lady Edith Mold – $48.37.

This mold of a fine lady measures about 6 3/4″ x 2 7/8″ and is full of charming details. This mold is a Smaller version of our #1768 Lady Edith mold but will produce the exact same image. I can’t say enough about the carved fine details and symmetry that the carver imparted to this Lady. All of the details have very good depth and dimension. The lady looks to be dressed for the time period between 1820 to about 1848. This mold has grooves along its long sides to assist in lifting after pressing. This mold can be used with a Springerle, Gingerbread, Spekulatius or Marzipan dough. A work of edible art as is, but painted with edible colors, she’d be a hit during your luncheon, tea party or shower. Paper casting with this mold should also work well. The SMALL Lady Edith mold is #523 and sells for $48.37. A clear or color tinted copy of this mold will cost an extra $6.05.

This mold is a smaller more single serve and cookie tray friendly version of the original size (about 13 3/4″ x 5 1/2″). From what I can gather, the original mold came from an old familie collection in Nürnberg Germany. The familie name was Rackl. The mold had been used at an old bakery in the center of town for many years. The bakery, which was in a centuries old house, was destroyed during the war.

Cookie made with #523.

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#1201 Nobelman Mold - $67.50

#1201 Nobelman Mold – $67.50

This mold measures 11 1/2” x 4 1/2” and produces an elaborate cookie or confection that will grab the attention of anyone seeing it. He’s Fine and Fancy and sure to please when presented as a gift! If you are a bakery owner, adding cookies produced from molds such as these may help increase your shop traffic due to them being very unusual. This mold is #1201 and sells for $67.50. A clear or color copy will cost an extra $8.44.

Cookie made with mold #1201

Cookie made with mold #1201.

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#1202 Nobelwoman Mold - $67.50

#1202 Nobelwoman Mold – $67.50

This mold of a Noblewoman measures about 11” x 5” and will produce an elaborate cookie or confection. She’s dressed out in her finery and ready for a night at the Ball. She would make a great cookie gift; sorta like paper dolls of yesterday. If you are a bakery owner, adding cookies produced from molds such as these will increase your shop traffic due to them being very unusual. This mold is #1202 and sells for $67.50.

#1202 Noblewoman Mold - $67.50

#1202 Noblewoman Mold – $67.50.

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#1501 Hannover Girl with Doll Mold. – $26.00.

This mold measures 3 7/8” x 2 3/8” x .75” and makes a cookie that is about 3.5” x 2”. The original mold was sent from Germany by Frau Iversen and depicts a little girl holding her doll. This mold is #1501 and sells for $26.00.

Cookie made with mold #1501.

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#1525 Baby with Flower Bouquet Mold. – $32.00.

This mold measures about 3 1/8” x 2” and will produce a very detailed and lovely neoclassical style baby holding a basket of flowers. This mold has a groove on its sides to assist in lifting it up off your dough. Left plain or tinted with edible color it is a work of art that will grace any cookie or dessert tray. This mold can be used for cookies, confections or craft projects. A perfect design for Baby Showers, Mothers Day or Valentine’s Day. This mold is #1525 and sells for $32.00. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $4.48.

Cookie made with TSB mold #1525.

 

#1525 Baby with Flower Bouquet in Tints Collage.

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#1530 Easter Kids Mold. – $32.25.

This mold measures 3” x 2 1/2″ and depicts a very detailed scene of 2 children in their Easter finery with flower bouquets and a basket of eggs. The cookie size produced from this mold will depend on how you trim it. The images are all very detailed and have good depth and dimension showing hair, buttons, petals, the weave of the basket and the eggs in the basket. This mold has a groove on its sides to assist in lifting it up off your dough. The original mold is from the town of Weißenburg, Frankonia in Germany. It was a cherished family item that also was used in a bakery there. This mold is #1530 and sells for $32.25. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $4.03.

Cookie made with mold #1530

 

Cookie made with mold #1530.

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#1536 Bavarian Couple Mold - $23.95

#1536 Bavarian Couple Mold – $23.95

This mold measures about 3 1/8” x 2 1/8” and depicts a well dressed Bavarian Couple. The images have good depth and are very detailed from their hair and eyes to the ribbon in her hair to the feather in his cap. The original mold was used at a bakery by the name of A.Kempf in Nürnberg Germany around 1904. This mold is Item #1536 and sells for $23.95. A clear or color copy will cost an extra $2.99.

Cookie made with Mold #1536

Cookie made with Mold #1536

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#1561 Persch Boy and Dog Mold - $16.95

#1561 Persch Boy and Dog Mold – $16.95

This mold measures about 2 1/8” x 2/18” and will produce a nicely detailed 1 3/4” in diameter cookie or confection. Left white or tinted with edible color it is a work of art that will grace any cookie or dessert tray. A nice design for a mixed cookie tray. This mold is #1561 and sells for $16.95.

Cookie made with Mold #1561

Cookie made with Mold #1561

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#1562 Persch Boy on Rocking Horse Mold - $16.95

#1562 Persch Boy on Rocking Horse Mold – $16.95

This mold of a young boy on a rocking horse measures about 2 1/8” x 2 1/8” and will produce a nicely detailed 1 3/4” in diameter cookie or confection. Left plain or tinted with edible color, this cookie is a work of art that will grace any cookie or dessert tray. A nice design for your holiday cookie tray. This mold is #1562 and sells for $16.95.

Cookie produced by Mold #1562

Cookie produced by Mold #1562

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#1602 Umhofer 6 Image Mold – $64.95.

This replica mold measures about 6 3/4” x 3 1/8” and will produce 6 very nicely detailed, deep and beautifully framed cookies that measure about 1 3/4” x 1 5/16” or confections. The images are of men smoking pipes, a bugler, a woman carrying a basket on her back, a woman carrying 2 baskets and a Santa carrying a tree and some goodies. The borders on these are fairly deep which makes an interesting “picture frame” look on the finished cookie. This mold is #1602 and sells for $64.95. You can view the original mold here: https://cookiemolds.wordpress.com/molds/family-ties-quite-unique/

Cookies made with mold #1602

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#1606 Umhofer 4 Arches Mold - $61.80

#1606 Umhofer 4 Arches Mold – $61.80

This replica mold measures about 5 7/8” x 4 1/2” and will produce 4 very detailed and beautifully framed cookies that measure about 2 3/8” x 1 3/4” or confections. Left white or tinted with edible color it is a work of art that will grace any cookie or dessert tray. The original wooden mold was masterfully carved and it shows in all the details that are present on the finished cookies. This is another exclusive mold made available by The Springerle Baker. Another great design for a Spring time Tea or other special event.  This mold is #1606 and sells for $61.80.

Cookies produced from mold #1606

Cookies produced from mold #1606

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#1613 Waldenburg Kite Flyer Mold – $32.75.

This mold of a Kite Flyer measures about 4 5/16” x 3 3/16” and has good depth and details. Kite flyers are an unusual motif on cookie molds but like many molds are a snapshot of the past. This mold is item #1613 and sells for $32.75 This mold is a single image taken from a larger multi image board and can be seen here: thespringerlebaker.com/mildred_jenson03.html

Cookie made with mold #1613.

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#1614 Angelika Lady with Flowers Mold - $31.95

#1614 Angelika Lady with Flowers Mold – $31.95

This mold measures 4 1/4” x 2” and depicts a lady holding flowers. The details are very crisp with having even the point end of her nose coming out great. The folds in her dress can be seen nicely too. I’m told that before the original mold (double sided 4 images) ended up in the Mildred E. Jenson collection it had belonged to Frau Angelika Pfahl who had inherited it from her aunt. It was not known from whom her aunt had received it just that it had been in the family a very long time. This mold is #1614 and sells for $31.95. The original mold can be seen here: thespringerlebaker.com/mildred_jenson01.html

Cookie made with mold #1614

Cookie made with mold #1614

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#1616 Angelika Noblewoman Mold - $31.95

#1616 Angelika Noblewoman Mold – $31.95

Beautiful! This mold measures about 4 1/4” x 2 1/4” and depicts a beautifully carved fine Lady. The details are all crisp from her necklaces to the lace sleeves on her dress. Her hair is styled as might be seen in the late 1600s and she looks to be wearing a crown or other fancy headdress. I’m told that before the original mold ended up in the Mildred E. Jenson collection it had belonged to Frau Angelika Pfahl who had inherited it from her aunt. It was not known from whom her aunt had received it just that it had been in the family a very long time. This mold is #1616 and sells for $31.95. The original mold can be seen here: thespringerlebaker.com/mildred_jenson01.html

Cookie made with mold #1616

Cookie made with mold #1616

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#1617 Angelika Nobleman Mold - $31.95

#1617 Angelika Nobleman Mold – $31.95

Detailed. This mold measures about 4 1/4” x 2 1/4” and depicts a nicely carved nobleman. The details are all crisp from the buttons on his cloths, the crown on his head to his eyes and hair. His clothing style looks to be from the late 1600s. I’m told that before the original mold ended up in the Mildred E. Jenson collection it had belonged to Frau Angelika Pfahl who had inherited it from her aunt. It was not known from whom her aunt had received it just that it had been in the family a very long time. This mold is #1617 and sells for $31.95. The original mold can be seen here: thespringerlebaker.com/mildred_jenson01.html

Cookie made with mold #1617

Cookie made with mold #1617

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#1618 Apple Harvest Mold – $21.95

This mold features two people saving apples that they have picked. He places his apples in a sack and she is letting apples roll from her apron into a basket. This mold appears to have been designed to have it look like the people were standing in leaves, further empathizing autumn. It measures 2 3/4″x 1 3/4″. This mold is #1618 and sells for $21.95.

Cookie made with mold #1618

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#1622 Bachmeier Heart Mold – $32.95

This is a deep and detailed heart mold of a father rocking the cradle and shooing away flies while his baby is sleeping. This mold works well for cookies, Marzipan and Paper Clay. The mold measures about 3 1/8” x 3 1/8”. I believe this mold was designed for confections but I have successfully used it to produce cookies. This mold is #1622 and sells for $32.95.

Cookie made with mold #1622

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#1629 Fischergasse Mold - $80.95

#1629 Fischergasse Mold – $80.95

The mold measures about 7 7/16” x 6 3/8” and produces 12 different images that measure about 1 ½” x 1 1/8” each with good depth and details. The images are Hunting scenes, a Castle on a hill, A Man smoking a pipe, A Wine Maker examining his new batch, Someone getting a haircut, A Man playing a flute, a Woman waiting for table service, and a Wolfman eating an apple. You can see the original wooden mold here: cookiemolds.wordpress.com/in-the-workshop/   This mold is #1629 and sells for $80.95. A clear or color tint copy will cost an extra $10.12.

Cookies Made with Mold #1629

Cookies Made with Mold #1629

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#1642 Boy Riding a Stick Horse Mold – $22.95.

Those were the simpler times! This mold measures about 2 7/8″ x 2 1/2″ and features a young boy in early 19th century attire riding a stick horse. This mold is #1642 and sells for $22.95.

Cookie made with mold #1642

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#1652 Husband Tree Mold - $39.95

#1652 Husband Tree Mold – $39.95.

This mold measures about 4 1/2″ x 3 1/8″ and produces a cookie that is nicely detailed with good depth and dimension. The Ladies are attempting to catch a ripe and ready man as they fall from the “Husband Tree”. I’ve seen “Baby Trees” and now a “Husband Tree” but never a “Wife Tree”. I guess that sets straight who is really in charge! You will enjoy the whimsy of this mold as surely those that receive cookies made with it will. Framed paper casting produced from this mold make a beautiful piece of art and a great conversation piece. This mold has grooves on its sides to assist in lifting it from the dough. This mold is #1652 and sells for $39.95. Clear and color copies of this mold will cost an additional $4.99. The original mold can be viewed here: thespringerlebaker.com/mildred_jenson03.html

Cookie made with mold #1652

Cookie made with mold #1652

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#1657 Eva’s Spinner Mold – $34.95.

This beautiful Spinner comes from the Husband Tree mold (that is estimated to be from around 1710) and is part of the Mildred E. Jenson collection. Obviously carved by a Master Carver, the detail is great with the lace and filigree work in the clothing being easily seen. Her fingers and facial features are very detailed as is the fabric of the chair and the bird upon her shoulder. She is busy at work at her spinning wheel turning the wool into something manageable. The mold measures about 4 1/2” x 2 1/4”. This mold is #1657 and sells for $34.95. The original mold can be viewed here: thespringerlebaker.com/mildred_jenson03.html

Cookie made with mold #1657

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#1661 Plieningen Gardener Mold - $21.95

#1661 Plieningen Gardener Mold – $21.95

This mold featuring a beautifully detailed image of a woman watering her roses measures about 1 3/4” in diameter. The details are so fine that you can even see her eye and almost feel the water flowing from the watering can. The depth is wonderful and the image is framed by a nice tight border. A beautiful Spring image for your garden party, tea or luncheon. This mold is #1661 and sells for $21.95. This mold in clear or tinted is an additional $2.74.

Cookie made with mold #1661.

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#1667 Amanda’s Kitchen Mold. – $53.75

This mold featuring a Woman busy at her stove measures about 3 1/2” x 3 3/16”. The image is so nicely detailed that even the steam coming from her stew can be seen. The carver did a great job with adding the details of the stove, the pots and utensils in use, the cabinet with plates and containers and the pattern on the kitchen floor. Notice also how detailed Amanda is in her dress and apron, sleeves rolled up, hair pinned back and her facial features. A true snapshot of a time gone by preserved for us to see. Knowing the history of this mold makes it particularly desirable. This mold is #1667 and sells for $53.75. A clear or color tint copy will cost an extra $6.72. You can view the original mold here: thespringerlebaker.com/McLaughlin.html

Cookie made with mold #1667.

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#1668 The Driver Mold - $27.95

#1668 The Driver Mold – $27.95

This mold featuring the image of a wagon driver measures about 3 3/4″ x 1 3/4″. He is seen with his whip in hand and he is nicely detailed. His facial features are so prominent that you can almost read his expression. This mold is #1668 and sells for $27.95.

Cookie made with mold #1668

Cookie made with mold #1668

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#1671 Samson and the Lion Mold – $33.45.

This mold of Samson fighting a Lion measures about 3 1/2″ in diameter and produces a very nice deep detailed image. The original wooden mold along with several very old Marzipan molds was sent to us from Champvert France. Because this image does not have very fine details I would not only use it for Springerle but for Gingerbread and Spekulatius cookies as well. This cookie would go over great in your Sunday school class. This mold is #1671 and sells for $33.45.

Cookie made with mold #1671.

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#1677 Calw Boy on Rocker Mold - $35.40.

#1677 Calw Boy on Rocker Mold – $35.40.

This mold measures about 3 1/8” in diameter and features a young boy on a rocking horse. This is one of the very best molds I have seen with this motif. The depth of the images is great and the details are fine. The decorative border adds a good dimension and gives the mold a picture frame look. The mold will produce a nice cup cake topper. You will not be disappointed This mold is #1677 and sells for $35.40. A clear or color copy will cost an extra $4.43.

Cookie made with mold #1677.

Cookie made with mold #1677.

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#1681 Corsi Musketeer Mold – $58.75.

This mold of a Musketeer measures about 7 1/4” x 3 1/4” and shows great depth, dimension and fine details. From his ever so stylish mustache to his eyes, hair and clothing. This mold produces a great sized cookie that will surely delight. This mold can be used for Springerle, Printen, Spekulatius and Gingerbread. The original mold is part of the Mildred E. Jenson collection and be seen on our workshop page here: https://cookiemolds.wordpress.com/in-the-workshop/  This is mold #1681 and sells for $58.75. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $8.23.

Cookie made with mold #1681.

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#1682 Krauchenwies Cook Mold - $22.95.

#1682 Krauchenwies Cook Mold – $22.95.

This mold measures about 2 1/2” x 1 5/8” and shows a woman working in her kitchen. Notice the design on the side of the oven, the plate holders and the folds in her clothing. The details and dimension are great on this mold and it is a desired motif that will add handsomely to your collection and cookie trays. This mold is #1682 and sells for $22.95. Clear and tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $2.87.

Cookie made with mold #1682.

Cookie made with mold #1682.

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#1684 Little Cindy Baking Mold – $36.25.

This mold measures about 2 7/8″ x 2 1/8″ and sends the message “Made with love especially for you.” Little Cindy is busy rolling out dough to make more cookies to fill her trays.
The details are all very good and the dimensions within the image are really great. The kitchen has a 1950’s look and feel with polka dot wall paper. Notice the wall shelves with knickknacks and the details on the flowers. The cookies on the tray show different designs and textures. Notice also how skillfully the carver made the dough to drape over the edge of the cutting board. Fingers, eyes, hair, clothing patterns and textures all make this a great mold to add to your collection. I used this mold to produce a paper casting and all of the details and words show up perfectly. You could use this mold to produce hang tags for your cookie trays! This mold is #1684 and sells for $36.25. Clear and tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $4.53.

#1684 Little Cindy Baking Mold in Clear Green.

 

Cookie made with mold #1684 painted by Embossed Edibles.

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#1697 Skier Mold – $19.87.

This mold measures about 2 5/8” x 2” and features a downhill skier. This mold is deep but not overly detailed. A beautiful print all the same. This mold is #1697 and sells for $19.87. Clear and tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $2.48.

Cookie made with mold #1697.

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#1717 Rococo Couple Mold – $41.10.

This mold measures about 5″ x 3 7/8″ and features an 18th century couple dressed in their finery. The depth and details are excellent. The finished cookie is much more impressive in person. Simply beautiful. This would make a most impressive addition to your cookie tray or dessert display. Tinted with edible colors would make this cookie the talk of the town. This mold is #1717 and sells for $41.10. Clear or tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $5.14.

Cookie made with mold #1717.

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#1722 Herr Vorst Mold – $33.42.

This mold measures about 2 3/4 x 2 5/8 and produces a cookie that measures about 1 5/8″ in diameter. The main image really stands out on this cookie. He looks to be dressed in 18th century attire with the ruffled shirt of the time as well as his coat. His face and long hair are very detailed and visible. It looks to me as if he is on a stage with the curtains pulled to the sides. Perhaps he is an orator or actor and is taking a curtain call. The border on this one is very eye catching. It consists of and other ring of two lines then small pearls, two lines again and ending with a ring of half scallops. It has become a favorite of mine. It is just so eye catching. This mold is #1722 and sells for $33.42. Clear or tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $4.18.

Cookie made with mold #1722.

 

#1722 Herr Vorst Mold in Clear.

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#1723 Elversberg Gardens Mold – $48.91.

This mold measures about 5 7/8″ x 3 3/8” and produces two images that measure about 2 1/2″ x 2 5/8″ each. Both of the images are packed with fine details and show great depth and beauty. The scenes are active with the first showing a scene at a pond side with a swan. The second shows friends enjoying a tree swing while talking about things that young girls talk about. Each of the borders are distinct and quite beautiful making a great frame for each of the individual images. The images are simply beautiful. The original mold is from Lorraine France and is believed to have been carved between 1840 and 1870. This mold is #1723 and sells for $48.91. A clear or color tint copy will cost an extra $6.11.

Cookies from #1723 Elversberg Gardens Mold

 

#1723 Elversberg Gardens Mold in Clear.

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#1728 Palais Adelmann Gardener Mold – $29.86.

The Palais Adelmann Gardener mold measures about 2 13/16 x 2” and was masterfully carved. It will deliver a stunningly beautiful work of edible art for you just as it had for the bakers at the Palais Adelmann in the 1800’s. The cookie produced from this mold is very detailed with great depth and is very dimensional. The border is very decorative and delivers a beautiful frame for the image. This mold has a groove around its sides to help assist in lifting after pressing. This mold is #1728 and sells for $29.86. Clear and tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $3.73. The original full board can be viewed here: http://www.thespringerlebaker.com/palais_adelmann.html

Cookie made with mold #1728.

 

#1728 Palais Adelmann Gardener Mold in Amethyst and Green Collage

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#1730 Frau Hannelore Mold – $78.92.

This mold measures about 11″ x 4 5/8″ and is loaded with small and interesting details. Frau Hannelore is so visually appealing with all the fine small details that adorn her attire. It has much detail in depth and layering. A masterfully carved beauty. This mold may be used to produce Springerle, Spekulatius (thin and crisp), Tirggel, Marzipan, Gingerbread or beautiful works of art. This mold is #1730 and sells for $78.92. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $11.05.

Cookie made with mold #1730.

 

#1730 Frau Hannelore Mold in Clear Green.

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#1731 Memmingen Piper Mold. – $49.98.

This mold is of a man sitting under a pear tree and playing a pipe. It measures about 7 1/8” x 3 1/8”. It has nice depth and is beautifully detailed and would work well for Springerle, Gingerbread or Speculaas. This mold is #1731 and sells for $49.98. A clear or color copy will cost an extra $6.25.

Spice cookie made with mold #1731.

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#1732 Rusty & Helga Mold. – $38.95.

Who needs a horse when you’ve got a dog big enough to ride! This mold is of a little girl as she sits on the back of a large dog. It measures about 4 15/16” x 4 3/8” and would work well for springerle, gingerbread or speculaas. This mold is #1732 and sells for $38.95. A clear or color copy of this mold will cost an extra $4.87.

Spice cookie made with mold #1732.

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#1733 The Tettenagger Soldier Mold – $48.75.

This mold of a military man measures about 7 3/4” x 3 1/2” and is wonderfully detailed with good depth and dimension. He is carrying his sword and pipe and looks to be outfitted in a dress uniform. The flowers and grass at his feet are nicely stylized. This mold makes a very nice hand sized cookie and would make quite a good addition to your cookie tray or dessert display. This mold would work well for Springerle, Gingerbread, Spekulatius or Speculaas. This mold is #1733 and sells for $48.75. A clear or tinted color copy of this mold will cost an extra $6.09.

Cookie made with mold #1733.

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#1734 The Hat Fitting Mold. – $34.66.

It’s such fun to try on a new hat! This mold is of a milliner as he helps a woman try on a new hat. It measures about 5” x 3 3/4” and would work well for springerle, gingerbread or speculaas. This mold is #1734 and sells for $34.66. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $5.89.

Spice cookie made with mold #1734.

 

#1734 The Hat Fitting Mold in Clear.

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#1735 Max & Moritz Mold. – $36.78.

This mold features two mischievous boys from German literature. It measures about 4 5/8” x 4 3/16” and would work well for springerle, gingerbread or speculaas. This mold is #1735 and sells for $36.78. A clear or color tint mold will cost an extra $4.60.

Spice cookies made from #1735.

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#1740 Trier 6 Image Mold. – $52.46.

This mold measures about 6 3/16″ x 3 7/8″ and will produce six framed images measuring about 1 3/4″ x 1 11/16″ each. The images look to be of a woman playing a harp, a woman sitting with her dog upon her lap, a couple dancing, a couple enjoying an afternoon on the lake, a man saying farewell to his wife as he prepares to journey to the city and a man showing off his garden and the new potted flowers he just returned with. The images are “rustic”, but each one provides a look into the carver’s life. The images stand off the cookie base and the details are very nice. I like the way the carver framed the different images allowing me to “imagine” what story each image was telling. The original mold came from an old family estate in Trier Germany. The family estimates that it was carved in the very early 1800’s. The original mold has splits and cracks but we removed these from our replica so that it is as close to the original mold when it was first used as possible. This mold is #1740 and sells for $52.46.

Cookies made with mold #1740.

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#1743 Fiddler Mold. – $53.18.

This mold measures about 6 1/2″ x 3 1/8″ and was made to produce a Belgian cookie called Couque de Dinant (Cake of Dinant) but it can also be used with a Springerle, Gingerbread or Speculaas dough. The image is that of a black fiddle player. I say that because that is what was passed on to me. He must have been performing in Belgium or there abouts and someone decided to create a cookie mold of him. Perhaps someone who enjoyed and admired his music. The mold produces a cookie that is nicely detailed with good depth, charm and character and perhaps a bit of history. This mold does not lay flat when placed face down, but this isn’t an issue as this image is meant to be closely trimmed. This mold is #1743 and sells for $53.18. A clear or color tinted version of this mold will cost an extra $6.65.

Cookie made with mold #1743.

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#1748 Frau Sandra Mold – $73.36.

This mold measures about 9 1/2″ x 4 5/8″ and will would work well with springerle, gingerbread, marzipan, couque de Dinant or speculaas doughs. Not only would this mold produce great looking dimensional and detailed cookies and confections but would produce beautiful works of art too. Perhaps your own paper dolls or a nicely framed paper casting. Frau Sandra is nicely detailed and would make a beautiful presentation piece at your next garden party, tea or afternoon social. In person, you will find that her facial features are really quite beautiful and expertly carved. This mold is #1748 and sells for $73.36. Clear and tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $9.17.

Cookie made with mold #1748. Made with a Springerle dough.

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#1761 Deyle Family Four Panel Mold – $78.46.

This mold measures about 6 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ and will produce four images that measure about 2 3/4″ x 1 3/4″ each. All of the images are very deep. The images are of “The Proposal”, Window Maker, Bacchus and “The Couple”. The Proposal features a lady seated and a gentleman down on one knee holding the lady’s hand in his. A nice romantic scene. The Window Maker has the craftsman inspecting his latest work. Bacchus is well, Bacchus; the Roman god of wine enjoying a good harvest. “The Couple” are in period dress and look to be holding hands as they enjoy an afternoon stroll. The lady is holding a fan and they both are sporting the latest fashion in headwear. Great details on this mold and the images are very deep. There is a nice deep herringbone design framing each scene. This mold is #1761 and sells for $78.46. Clear and color copies of this mold will cost an additional $10.98. The original mold was once owned by Adolf and Sophie Deyle who had lived in Pforzheim – Baden-Wurttemberg Germany (late 1800’s). Perhaps the “Couple” is an image of Adolf and Sophie.

#1761 Deyle Family Four Panel Cookies.

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#1762 Deyle Family Apple Tree Mold – $26.42.

This mold measures about 2 5/8″ in diameter and will produce a very beautiful picture of a man and his cow walking under an apple tree past a picket fence. I believe the man may be ringing a bell. There also appears to be apples falling from the tree so the man may be trying to move the cow along so it doesn’t eat them. The image is deep and especially so, the tree top. The picture is bordered with a deep herringbone circle design. This mold is #1762 and sells for $26.42. The original mold was once owned by Adolf and Sophie Deyle who had lived in Pforzheim – Baden-Wurttemberg Germany (late 1800’s). A clear or color copy will cost an extra $3.30.

Cookie made with mold #1762.

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#1823 Tischler Hunter Mold – $21.45.

This mold measures about 1 7/8” in diameter and features a Hunter poised and ready to shoot. The image is framed by a beautiful deep double border. The Hunter is nicely detailed and  really stands out on this cookie. This mold is #1823 and sells for $21.45.

Cookie made with mold #1823

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#1824 Hunter Leaning on Rifle Mold – $39.75.

This mold measures about 7 1/4” x 3 7/8” and shows great depth, dimension and fine detail. From the feather on his hat, the flowers at his feet, the weave of his clothing and the hairs of his mustache you will see detail. The mold carries the initials K.L. which could stand for Karl Lückenotte. But that’s just a guess on my part. The cookie produced from this mold measures about 6 1/4” x 2”. The mold would have been used for Printen, Spekulatius, and Gingerbread. This is mold #1824 and sells for $39.75. A clear or color copy of this mold will cost an extra $4.97.

Gingerbread Cookie made with Mold #1824.

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#1877 George Washington Mold – $40.89.

This mold measures about 3” in diameter and proudly features George Washington who was known as the Father of our country. His image is ringed by thirteen stars which represent the thirteen original colonies. The name “Washington” and the years he served as president are on the mold. The whole image is nicely detailed and the border is raised just enough to serve as a beautiful frame. This mold is #1877 and sells for $40.89. A clear or tinted copy of this mold will cost an extra $5.10.

Cookie made with mold #1877.

 

#1877 George Washington Mold in Clear Green.

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#1911 Kranke Boy Mold. – $26.95.

This mold measures about 2 3/4″ in diameter and features a deep image of a smiling boy. The image is surrounded by a pearl design border with an outer border in a zipper(?) design. This mold has a groove around its side to assist in lifting it up off your dough. This mold will produce a very nice three to four bite cookie or confection. This mold can be used for Springerle cookies, Marzipan, or Chocolate Clay candy. This mold is #1911 and sells for $26.95. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $3.77.

Cookie made with #1911

 

#1911 Clear Mold and Side view cookies made from #1911.

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#1914 Kassel’s Boy and Dog Mold - $61.95

#1914 Kassel’s Boy and Dog Mold – $61.95

This mold featuring a Boy training his dog measures about 5” in diameter. Being a deep mold, it was made to be used for Marzipan but it may also be used for cookies. The details are extra fine on this mold as is evident by the boy’s clothing and features. Notice his footwear and the small tassels hanging at the bottom of his trousers, his shirt and neck scarves and his facial features. This would produce quite a nice cake topper too. The original mold was used at a bakery in Kassel Germany and was made in the 1800’s. This mold is #1914 and sells for $61.95.

Cookie made with mold #1914

Cookie made with mold #1914

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#1918 Champvert Drinker Mold – $44.65.

#1918 Champvert Drinker Mold – $44.65.

This mold of a “Toast maker” measures about 6” x 3” and produces a cookie or confection with great depth, dimension and fine details. From his stylish beard to his eyes, hair and clothing, he is incredible. The carver did a first rate job when he carved this face. A profile at that. This mold can be used for Springerle, Printen, Spekulatius and Gingerbread. This is mold #1918 and sells for $44.65. A clear or color copy will cost an extra $5.58. There is a smaller version of this mold available, #434.

Springerle dough cookie made with mold #1918.

Springerle cookie made with mold #1918.

 

Cookie made with mold #1918.

Cookie made with mold #1918.

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#1928 Champvert Couple Mold – $25.94.

This mold measuring about 3 ½” x 2 1/4” features a couple under the covers engaged in a good night kiss. The image has great depth and details and will produce a cookie or confection that you will surely be pleased with. We added a wide border on this mold so that the image could be pressed in Marzipan or Fondant to be used as a small individual cake topper. This mold is #1928 and sells for $25.94. A clear or color tint copy will cost an extra $3.24.

Cookie made with mold #1928.

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#1934 Lady Gesees Mold- $81.86.

This mold measures about 11″ x 5 3/8″ and features a lady dressed in her finery. She looks to be fanning herself with a fan of feathers. This image is very detailed and has great dimension. This mold can be used with Springerle dough, Gingerbread dough, Spekulatius dough or any other dough that would hold an image. Beautiful paper casting may also be produced from this mold to be painted and framed. This mold is #1934 and sells for $81.86. A clear or color tinted version will cost an extra $10.22.

Cookie made with mold #1934.

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#2302 The Queen Mold – $65.85.

This mold measures 11” x 4” x 3/4” and produces a cookie that measures about 9” tall x 3 1/2” at the base. The Queen has a great deal of filigree work as well as having jewels all over her gown. As you can tell by the photos, this makes a very attractive presentation cookie. This mold like many, not only will produce great looking cookies but also very nice paper casting for framing. Painted, this cookie would be a true show stopper! This mold is #2302 and sells for $65.85. A clear or color tinted mold will cost an extra $8.23. This mold is also available in two smaller sizes, #410 and #436.

Cookie made with mold #2302

Cookie made from mold #2302 with a Springerle dough.

 

Molds #2302 Large Queen. #410 Small Queen and #436 Tiny Queen

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#2366 Munchen Heart Mold - $26.75

#2366 Munchen Heart Mold – $26.75

This mold measures about 2 ¼” x 2 7/8” and features a young girl in Bavarian dress holding two large flowers. From her pigtails and round cheeks to the patterns on her dress all show up well on cookies, confections or artwork produced with this mold. This mold is #2366 and sells for $26.75. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $3.75.

Cookie made with mold #2366

Cookie made with mold #2366

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#2370 Boy and Dog Mold – $23.50

This mold, measuring about 2 5/8” in diameter features a boy and his dog resting on a grassy hill. Nicely detailed with a great border design.

Cookie made with mold #2370

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#2383 Ludwigshafen Dancers Mold – $54.95.

This mold of festive dancers measures about 4 7/8” x 3 1/4”. Great details and very nice dimensions make this scene an absolute beauty. Notice the man playing what looks to be a bagpipe while all the dancers seem to be having a great time. This mold produces not only beautiful cookies, but I believe it would also produce great paper castings for framing and for making confections and ornaments. I’m looking forward to using it to produce a cake topper. This mold is item #2383 and sells for $54.95.

Cookie made with mold #2383.

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#2390 The Apple Seller Mold. – $31.97.

The Apple Seller mold features a man with a basket full of apples to sell. It measures about 5 5/8” x 2 15/16” and would work well for springerle, gingerbread or speculaas. This mold is #2390 and sells for $31.97. A clear or color copy will cost $4.00 extra.

Spice cookie made with mold #2390.

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#2391 The Weary Traveler Mold. – $31.97.

This mold features a tired looking man, with an empty sack over his shoulder and holding a paper. It measures about 5 3/4” x 2 3/4” and would work well for springerle, gingerbread or speculaas. This mold is #2391 and sells for $31.97. A clear or color copy will cost $4.00 extra.

Spice cookie made with mold #2391.

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#2392 The Strolling Couple Mold. – $46.20.

Ah, the couple that strolls together, stays together. This mold is of a man and woman beautifully attired and holding walking sticks. It measures about 6 1/2” x 4” and would work well for springerle, gingerbread or speculaas. This mold is #2392 and sells for $46.20. A clear or color copy will cost an extra $5.78.

Spice cookie made with mold #2392.

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#1535 Springtime Lady Mold - $23.95

#1535 Springtime Lady Mold – $23.95

This mold measures about 3 1/8” x 2 1/8” and depicts a Lady dressed to visit and carrying a basket of eggs. Her cat looks to be tagging along. The images are very detailed from her hair and eyes to the folds in her dress. As you can see by the cookie this mold will produce, it also has very good depth and dimension. The original mold was used at a bakery by the name of A.Kempf in Nürnberg Germany around 1904. This mold is #1535 and sells for $23.95.

Cookie made with mold #1535

Cookie made with mold #1535

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#1849 Walldorf Sleigh Scene Mold – $34.50.

This mold featuring a winter sleigh ride  measures about 4” x 2 1/2”. The images all have very good depth and the fine details add to this beautiful picturesque winter scene. Notice the fine details that adorn the horse and the clothing that is keeping the riders warm while out on their chilly ride. This mold is #1849 and sells for $34.50. A clear or color tinted version of this mold will cost an extra $4.31.

Cookie made with mold #1849.

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#1852 Hildesheim Kitchen Mold – $26.95.

This mold measures about 2 1/2” x about 2 7/16” and shows a scene of a mother and daughter working in their kitchen. Hanging on the wall are pots, pans and mixing spoons. The stove looks to be full and the mother and daughter are dressed for work. This mold has grooves on its sides to assist in lifting it up off your dough. This mold will produce a two to three bite cookie or confection. This mold can be used for Springerle cookies, Marzipan, or Chocolate Clay candy. This mold is #1852 and sells for $26.95. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $3.77.

Cookie made with mold #1852.

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#1930 Feeding Time Mold – $36.24.

This mold measuring about 3 ½” x 2 1/2” shows a woman feeding her chickens, ducks and turkeys while her son looks on from behind a barrel. This mold will produce a dimensional cookie or confection that will be full of details. From the brick design on the house, the leaves on the trees, the feathers on the fowl and the wood design on the barrel. A great design with a simple pearl border. This mold is #1930 and sells for $36.24. A clear or color tinted copy of this mold will cost an extra $4.53.

Cookie made with mold #1930.

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#1933 Large Winterlich Ride Mold. – $74.39.

This mold of a sleigh scene measures about 9 3/8″ x 4 7/8″. The images are all filled with detail from the flower design on the sleigh, the feathers the horse wears, to the buttons on the clothing. This mold can be used with Gingerbread, Spekulatius, Speculaas and Springerle doughs. It could also be used with Marzipan. This mold would also be used to create beautiful framed paper castings and other art work. This mold is #1933 and sells for $74.39. Clear and tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $9.30.

Cookie made with mold #1933.

 

#1933 Large Winterlich Ride Mold in Clear.

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#2307 Winter Sleigh Ride Mold - $27.95

#2307 Winter Sleigh Ride Mold – $27.95

You can almost feel the brisk air brushing the faces of the couple riding the sleigh. This mold of a winter sleigh ride measures 5 1/4” x 2 7/8” and will produce a very detailed and dimensional cookie or confection with good depth and action. It can be used for Gingerbread, Springerle, Confections, and for crafts. This mold is item #2307 and sells for $27.95. This mold in clear or tinted will cost an additional $3.49.

Cookie made with mold #2307

Springerle Cookie made with mold #2307

 

Gingerbread cookie made with mold #2307

Gingerbread cookie made with mold #2307

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#2385 Garden Talk Mold – $43.70

This mold measures about 5 3/4″ x 3 1/8″ and has two separate images that measure about 2 ½” x 2 ½” each. The borders are very decorative and frame two different scenes of ladies discussing life in a garden. In one scene it looks as if a goat is nibbling at the hem on the girls dress. They are very detailed and have good depth.  This mold is #2385 and sells for $43.70.

Cookies made with mold #2385.

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#2394 Buggy Ride Mold – $39.60.

This mold measures about 4 1/8″ x 2 1/4″ and features a buggy ride scene. The image has good depth and details and looks as if you can almost see the motion of the horse’s legs and the wheels turning on the buggy. The clothing of the couple looks to be that of the colonial period. Very nicely carved. This mold is #2394 and sells for $39.60. A clear or clear color copy of this mold will cost an extra $4.95.

Cookie made with mold #2394.

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#2396 Man with Stag Mold – $32.23.

This mold measures about 3 7/16” x 3 7/8″ and the image has very nice details and dimensions. The image is beautifully carved and shows a man blowing a horn as the stag looks on. Not sure of the symbolism if there is any. The man appears to be dressed in apparel from the late 1800’s. This mold is #2396 and sells for $32.23.

Cookie made with mold #2396.

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#2408 Girl Holding Cats Mold. – $41.58

This heart shaped mold measures about 3 7/8″ x 3 1/2″ and features a charming scene of a young girl holding her 2 cats while standing in front of a fence. The surrounding scene is full of details, such as the textured fence, different types of flowers, clouds, mushrooms, and grass. All of the details have nice depth and dimensions. The scene has a heart shaped frame made up of pansies and leaves. This mold has grooves on its sides to assist in lifting it from the dough. This mold is #2408 and sells for $41.58. Clear and tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $5.20.

Single Cookie made with #2408.

 

#2408 Girl Holding Cats Mold. In Clear.

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#223 Artus de Bondeville Mold – $36.12.

Although not listed among the famous Musketeers, the image in this mold is that of a 17th century French musketeer dressed in his finery. The mold measures about 3″ x 2″. The image has great depth, dimension and details and is surrounded with a unique ornate border. Add this uniquely shaped cookie or confection to your cookie tray or dessert display for added interest. This mold may be used to make cookies, marzipan, ornaments or paper castings to produce your own greeting cards. This mold is #223 and sells for $36.12. Clear and tinted copies of this mold will cost an extra $4.52.

Cookies made from #223.

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#1331 Apple Picking Mold – $39.61.

This mold measures about 4 1/2″ x 3″ and features a trio of apple pickers. The images are all of good depth and details from the wicker basket, leaves in the tree to the clothing. This mold could be used with a Springerle, Spekulatius dough and others that hold the impression. This mold has a groove on its sides to assist in lifting it up off your dough. This mold is #1331 and sells for $39.61. This mold is available in clear or color tinted for an extra $5.55.

Cookie made with TSB mold #1331.

 

#1331 Apple Picking Mold in Clear Violet, Clear Apple Green and Clear Cranberry.

 

#1331 Apple Picking Mold in Clear, Clear Green and Clear Yellow.

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