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Emerald Farms in Greenwood, SC., is one of my favorite places. This is a GREAT Family place for all ages to visit. Visit them when you get a chance & please tell them I said "Hi". You'll enjoy them as much as I do!

international trading company. is a great source for Springerle mold replicas. They will soon be offering original designs that are found nowhere else. I have always received first rate service from them and they are a pleasure to deal with.

Gene Wilson - . A very nice person to work with who makes his own wooden molds. I have several from him.

Joseph Schibig English text is available on his site. Is available for custom work.

Klaus-Dieter Kienzler The site is in German but you can contact him in English. He is also available for custom work. He has done work for me and it is first rate!

Dukasi This is a very interesting page that will show you how a Springerle Mold is brought to life from start to finish. Helmut Ebert of International Trading Company in Canada has played a key role is reviving the art of Springerle carving in Germany.

If you do not already have the following catalogs, it is well worth requesting them. They are free. In them you will find edible paints and glitter to use on your Springerle Cookies.


The Food Crafters Supply Catalog 1-800-776-0575

The Baker's Catalogue 1-800-827-6836

Have fun and enjoy yourself with Springerle!

Contact: Ken Hamilton
Email: ken@thespringerlebaker.com
Phone: 828-380-0578

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Copyright: 2007 Ken Hamilton, TheSpringerleBaker.com