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Vintage Waffelbackerei, Rosette Wafer Irons with Original Box
This is an old, cast iron set for making traditional German and Scandinavian rosettes. The delicate wafers can be used as cookies, especially nice dusted with powdered sugar, or made savory for a fun dinner or luncheon treat. The set includes three irons; a six pointed star, a butterfly, a spoked circle with a scalloped edge and the handle which screws into the irons. The handle has a wood knob which has its original red paint. The set also comes with an instruction sheet written in multiple languages and the original box. The English version of the instructions has directions for using the irons plus some recipe ideas. There is also a recipe card for Rosettes which is from Williams-Sonoma with a 1982 copyright. The bottom of the box is stamped Made in W.Germany.
The box measures about 5 ¼” by 9 ½” by 7/8” and is in fairly good condition with minor tears, edge wear and soiling. The inside cardboard liner has some tears. The instruction sheet is yellowed from age and slightly wrinkled. The handle and irons appear to be unused and in very good condition.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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