Do you believe in dragons? The Welsh have for centuries! Called y Draig
Goch in Welsh, this stately dragon has been the chief heraldic symbol of
Wales since Roman times. Celtic knotwork has illuminated the manuscripts and
ancient stone monuments of Ireland since time immemorial, its complex loops
and links often symbolizing life and continuity. Thistles have adorned the
Scottish countryside through the ages and became Scotland's most widely
recognized emblem when it was pressed into silver coins by King James III
in 1470. Another memorable blossom, the English Tudor Rose was the choice
symbol of royalty from the 15th - 17th centuries and its elegant design has
embellished everything from palaces to tapestries to teasets. All of this
history is combined in our heirloom-quality shortbread mould, the perfect
choice for making truly authentic Scottish shortbread.
Read our quick tutorial for making shortbread with this shortbread pan.
Get our mouthwatering traditional Scottish Shortbread Recipe.
See our other shortbread pan designs.
Our pottery is lead-free and cadmium-free and is safe for daily use, serving,
baking, storing, dishwasher and microwave use. Our pottery is completely handmade
and handpainted using non-toxic, natural materials, right here in the USA.
Read more about our non-toxic, eco-friendly pottery here.
All our ceramic bakeware is handmade and handpainted at Emerson Creek
Pottery. All pieces are microwave and dishwasher safe, ovenproof, and
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