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Antique wooden rolling pin for imprinting designs on springerle cookies (see additional information below.) There are four different deeply carved designs on the roller. It has a nice aged patina and there are no chips, splits or cracks in the wood. The entire rolling pin measures just under 9-3\/4" long and the roller is 2-1\/8" wide. Springerle cookie recipes can be found on the web - try something new this holiday season!

Additional Info: Springerle (SPRING-uhr-lee) cookies have been traditional Christmas cookies in Bavaria and Austria for centuries. Springerle are white, anise-flavored cookies, made from a simple egg-flour-sugar dough. Usually rectangular or circular in shape, they have a picture or design stamped on the top. The images are imprinted with specially carved rolling pins or flat molds. After the cookies are baked, the designs are sometimes enhanced with edible food colors--or with tempera or acrylic paints, if the cookies are to be used as decorations.