Swedish cookie cutter, reproduction
Classical Swedish Christmas accessories from the 30's. We bought 40 pallets of Swedish military surplus, and while most of it was shit that went straight to the junkyard, we did get some good items. Unfortunately, we only got a handful of cookie cutters, which the staff hoarded immediately. However, we did send one to a local metalworking company, and they are turning out reproductions as we write this. These should be delivered to us before Christmas, so you too can have a classical 1930's-themed holiday!
Recently there has been some controversy regarding traditional Swedish Christmas pastries. We Finns don't really see what all the fuss is about, but if you feel your emotions have been violated, here is the regal announcement:
It's the Christmas star. It's not our problem if someone sees something else in it. This is how it's always been done. Now go away.Gustav, King of Sweden
Each cookie cutter is supplied with a reprint of an original 1930's gingerbread recipe. Funny how they feel it's necessary to mention to limit the oven to only 250°C, "as we do not want only ashes this time."
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