New for 2013 – Art Nouveau Flower Stamps

Art Nouveau Flower Stamps

Art Nouveau Cookie StampsAround the turn of the last century, a new style of art was born in reaction to the academic art of the 19th century, Art Nouveau. With beautiful forms and elegant curving lines, this “New Art” celebrated flowers, all of nature and the ideal of man’s harmonious place in Nature.

With our series of Art Nouveau Cookie Stamps, we have carved some of these beautiful and stylized flowers into the bases of ceramic stamps so that you can easily press out generous 3” cookies that are as lovely as they are delicious. The handles of this series are glazed white, and each stamp comes with an instruction and recipe booklet graced with an original watercolor of an Alium.

All Classic Cookie Stamps are made in America from high-fired stoneware. They are 100% lead free, and are oven, microwave and dishwasher safe.


Alium Cookie StampA favorite flower of the decorative artists of 1900, this striking Alium blossom is as sophisticated today as it was more than 100 years ago.

Moss Rose

Moss Rose Cookie Stamp
The Moss Rose, with its curving branches and lush blossoms makes a most romantic cookie, perfect for all occasions or none at all.

Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley Cookie StampDelicate and understated, elegant and sweet. The curving leaves of this beauty shelter two sprays of tiny bell-shaped blossoms.

Woodland Flowers

Woodland Flowers Cookie StampNibbling a cookie embossed with delicate Woodland Flowers, one can almost see the Fairies and Pixies peeping from behind trees right out of the illustrated Colored Fairy Tale Books.

4 thoughts on “New for 2013 – Art Nouveau Flower Stamps”

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  2. I would like to order the Lily of the Valley cookie mold from the Art Nouveau Flower Stamps 2013 collection. How do I do that?.

    Thank you

  3. Hi – I bought one of your cookie molds in the USA and just love it – I live in South Africa – Cape Town and would love to buy more of your cookie molds – if you have somebody that imports your molds in south Africa – would love to know – otherwise I have a friend in Des Moines IOWA – maybe there is a store nearby her – or maybe a website – somebody that ships to South Africa

    thanks so much


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