In our opinion, this is the quintessential Easter mold - two halves of a single lamb, carved to fit together to form one three-dimensional marzipan lamb; equally impressive as two cookies. The carver, Johann Brodbeck, was extremely productive and inspired, and created some of the best molds ever encountered. This one is a beauty! The actual size is 6.125" x 2.75".
Made by House on the Hill, this mold is designed for making pressed cookies, Springerle cookies, or paper crafting projects. Besides baking cookies, you can form beautiful, edible, sweets using marzipan, fondant, and modeling chocolate. Crafters, artisans, and scrapbookers will find infinite ways of creating cards, wall art, gift bags, ornaments, and charms with these molds. Beautiful as decorating accessories, the cookie molds can be hung on a wall, and displayed on a plate rack or table top easel. This mold has been made in the USA and is individually hand cast and hand finished. Made of resin and wood composite.
Each mold is accompanied by a 12 page booklet of Springerle and Speculaas cookie recipes. House on the Hill is famous for their replicas of vintage cookie molds.