This item sold on June 3, 2011.
Rosette cookies are delicate looking treats made with a batter using eggs, milk, flour, salt and sugar. To form the rosette cookies, iron rosette molds are used. The iron mold is dipped into the sizzling hot oil, then quickly pressed into the batter, returned to the hot oil and then removed after a minute or so.
This vintage set has one handle and three iron molds--1 flower shape, 1 butterfly shape and a muffin shell. The cardboard box is labeled "Kalkus-Hirco, Inc. Rosette Irons - Kitchenware for the Creative Cooking". The box has quite a bit of vintage wear but the irons are in mint condition still in original packaging.
This would make a wonderful addition for any cast iron collector or to any kitchen collection.