St. Nicholas Cookie Boards, Molds, Cookie & Bread Stamps, etc.
from Other Sources
HOBI Picture Cookie Molds
3.5 x 8.5-inches $74
Very detailed carving
Three other St. Nicholas designs ($34-$138); look under “Gingerbread Molds,” “Speculaas Molds” & “Allen B’s Carvings”
This site has lots of recipes and tips for using cookie boards.
Purchase from HOBI Picture Cookie Molds
• Saint Nicholas
4 3.8 x 8-inches; $28.00 + s&h
Figure is 2 7/8 x 6 inches high
Limewood, with 1/2-inch deep cavity
This is the easiest to use cookie board I’ve ever had—it makes particularly detailed and delicious shortbread
Purchase from ArtKorma on Etsy
Prosphora or Artos Seal
2 3/8-inch diameter; with handle 4 1/4-inch high; $79.99
Detailed brass mold with silver gilding, wooden handle
Made in Russia
Traditional Orthodox mold for Prosphora or Artos Bread; may be used to make special St. Nicholas icon cookies
Purchase from Istok Enterprises, Inc.
2 sizes: 4 x 2 or 5 1/2 x 3 inches
These cutters are designed to go with Aaron Shepard’s book The Baker’s Dozen: A Saint Nicholas Tale.
Purchase from Kitchen Gifts
• Prosphora Stamp
15 sizes: 1.57 - 7.09 inches in diameter; $25.19 - $89.09 + shipping
Pear wood with natural beeswax sealant
Beautiful deep stamps for prospora or artos bread. These stamps also make beautiful cookies.
Purchase from WorkShopUA, Etxy
Saint Nicholas Replica Molds
4 designs from vintage European Springerle molds
Purchase from I Love Springerle
3 7/8 x 2 3/4 inches; $23.25
Mold for making detailed German springerle cookies; design is deeper than photo shows
Purchase from International Trading Company, Welland, Ontario, Canada
Antique Chocolate Molds
Long Beach, California
$25 - $300
Be sure to tell Carolyn that you came from St. Nicholas Center and she’ll give you a 10% discount.
If you are looking for metal St. Nicholas chocolate molds, this is a good source. Because these European molds are not in production, availability changes frequently.
Purchase from Old Molds
Marshall, North Carolina
4 3/16 x 3 5/16 inches, $37.52
Reproduction cast in resin
Sturdy mold is strong enough for commercial use. The original is from Lorraine, France, and is believed to have been carved between 1840 and 1870.
Purchase from Springerle Baker