A nice collection of old biscuit planks (speculoos boards) with special scenes including an Amsterdam canal house, a locomotive, a mermaid etc.
Cat: 14.5 x 10 cm
Sailboat: 14.5 x 10 cm
2 roosters: 25 x 7 cm
Sailboat / mill: 25 x 7 cm
Amsterdam canal house: 38 x 13.5 cm
Sailboat / rooster / windmill / mermaid: 37.5 x 7 cm
Locomotive: 7 x 18 cm
The biscuit board is used for shaping cookies (a mould) and is easy to use. Sprinkle some flour over the cheese board and put a scoop of cake dough on the mould. Roll out this cake dough in the mould. You can easily extract it from it.
Why is it called a speculoos board? Probably from Latin (Speculum) is mirror image; The hand-carved motifs in the shelf are mirrored.
Speculoos boards already existed in the 16th century.
These speculoos boards are all of the 20th century.
The speculoos boards will be packaged with great care (biscuit planks) and shipped with Track & Trace.
- No. of items
- Speculaas boards with special figures
- Estimated Period
- Second half 20th century
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes