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Conditorei Waldmann

Hi Ken,
My gandpa and his wife were bakers and used these molds.
My dad was a pattisier/conditor as well and in my first job I was too. So the molds have been in the possession of the Conditorei Waldmann for 3 generations.
We had a conditorei in Stuttgart Plieningen.

Best regards, Ralph


Today Herr Waldmann is not running the Conditorei but he still has a great passion for the trade as is evidenced just by looking at the website he has.
Just visit Herzlich willkommen auf der Seite der schönsten Zuckerformen
This is the most informational site I have ever seen on vintage and antique metal candy molds.
Ralph, I consider it an honor to have this page of the photos and story about your familie's Springerle molds on my site.
It is always appreciated when folks share their Springerle histories and I am sure that others that read them will enjoy the photos and story as well.
Thank you very much for allowing me to be the custodian of such history.

Warm regards, Ken

Former confectionery of my grandma Elsa Waldmann née Baur in Plieningen

Konditorei Ealdmann
Former confectionery Waldmann of my uncle Wilhelm Waldmann in Sulzbach-Rosenheim

Ralph Waldmann
Ralph Waldmann with his familie's molds









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