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Antique Early 1900’s German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read

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Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read

Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read
Some glue applied inside to the cracks to reinforce together but, there is no signed of it was hit hard or drop. With monogram “Was Hael” on the lid. This stein is probably 1800’s or 19’s in our honest assessment. A nice addition to your collection or decor. At all the pictures for its full visual description and for you to see its condition for yourself. What you see is the exact item you will be receiving. Measurements: 8¼” tall top on the lid. (2.3 lb, unpack). Meaning is “be well” or “be in good health”, to which his followers would reply drink hael, or “drink well”.
Antique Early 1900's German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein 1L. Look/Read

Antique early 1800’s glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher

Antique-early-1800-s-glass-engraved-pewter-German-lidded-beer-stein-mug-pitcher-01-ado Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher

Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher
Up for sale is a nice quality antique 19th century pewter lidded glass German beer stein. It features a gorgeous silhouette along with an applied handle and has a hinged pewter lid. The lid is mounted to the applied handle, is hand engraved with initials, and has a spherical thumb piece. It’s in good condition and measures 6 3/4 inches tall by 5 3/4 inches long. Thank you for visiting “Dusty Treasures ” and please feel free to browse through.
Antique early 1800's glass engraved pewter German lidded beer stein mug pitcher

Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug Incised c. 1780s

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Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug Incised c. 1780s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug Incised c. 1780s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug Incised c. 1780s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug Incised c. 1780s

Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug Incised c. 1780s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug Incised c. Description: The beer steins made before 1800 are quite rare – at that time, before the industrial revolution, the production was all manual. Every stein made in the early period was unique, decorated by hand and rarely replicated. This beautiful stein was made in the late 1700s, around 1780s – 1790s, it is guaranteed old give or take 10 years. It is made in a very traditional style of gray stoneware with cobalt-blue glaze. This is a very traditional beer drinking vessel called “Walzenkrug” or “Cylindrical” stein – a type that was produced for over centuries, from the mid-1600s to the mid-1800s. The production of saltglazed stoneware beer steins in the Westerwald region of Germany reached the highest quality by the mid-18th century. The center of the stein shows a very nice and intricate floral decor. The decorations are incised into the wet clay with a sharp instrument, glazed with cobalt-blue glaze, fired and saltglazed. The lid is pewter with hollow ball thumblift and large 5-ring closed type hinge. The stein is in excellent shape – there are no chips, cracks or repairs whatsoever. There are some dings on the pewter hollow ball – that’s can be seen as age-related wear. The stein is 8.25 tall to the top of the thumblift, 1L capacity. I guarantee the authenticity. Condition: Excellent w/some minor dings on pewter. Height: 8.25 in. Title: Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein c. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Track Page Views With.
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug Incised c. 1780s

Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein withFantasy Stag/Deer c. 1820s

Antique-Early-German-Westerwald-Stoneware-Beer-Stein-withFantasy-Stag-Deer-c-1820s-01-lc Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein withFantasy Stag/Deer c. 1820s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein withFantasy Stag/Deer c. 1820s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein withFantasy Stag/Deer c. 1820s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein withFantasy Stag/Deer c. 1820s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein withFantasy Stag/Deer c. 1820s

Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein withFantasy Stag/Deer c. 1820s
Large Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug w/Fantasy Stag/Deer c. Description: The beer steins made before 1850 are quite rare – at that time, before the industrial revolution, the production was all manual. Every stein made in the early period was unique, decorated by hand and rarely replicated. This beautiful stein was made in the early 1800s, it is guaranteed old give or take 10 years. It is made in a very traditional style of gray stoneware with cobalt-blue glaze. This is a very traditional beer drinking vessel – a type that was produced for over centuries, from mid-1600s to mid-1800s. The production of saltglazed stoneware beer steins in the Westerwald region of Germany reached the highest quality by the end of 18th century. The center of the stein features a stylized fantasy deer stag with an arrow targeting him – a wild artistic representation. The decorations are etched into the clay with a sharp instrument, glazed with cobalt-blue glaze, fired and saltglazed. The lid is pewter with an urn-shaped thumblift – this type of thumblifts was used from 1810s till about 1840. The hinge and the body decorations suggest it was made around 1820s. The stein is in excellent shape – there is no damage or repairs in the body – no lines, chips or repairs. This is a rare and very valuable condition for a 200-year-old piece. The lid is in excellent shape as well, with only minor age-related wear. The stein stands 9 tall to the top of the thumblift, about 1L capacity. I guarantee the authenticity. Condition: Excellent with minor wear. Title: Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein w/Fantasy Horse c. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Track Page Views With.
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein withFantasy Stag/Deer c. 1820s

Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden d. 1761

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Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden d. 1761
Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden d. 1761
Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden d. 1761
Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden d. 1761
Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden d. 1761
Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden d. 1761

Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden d. 1761
Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden dat. Description: Presented is a very old German/Austrian beer stein made in the mid-1700s. The stein was made in the factory of Gmunden – now it’s a small town in north Austria that was once famous for faience production. The stein is made of brownish clay with a tin-based white glaze. The steins of this shape are called “Birnkrug” or “pear-shaped stein”. It is decorated with a hand-painted floral design. The decoration is typical for Gmunden with vivid colors and bands on top and bottom. The combination of grass-green and dark yellow is also very typical for Gmunden. The pewter mounts consist of a dome-shaped lid with a large hollow ball for the thumblift, a five-ring closed-type hinge, and a foot ring. The lid engraved with initials M. And is stamped with pewter hallmarks consistent with the age. It is 9.5 tall to the top of the thumblift, about 1 L capacity. The stein is in a good condition for the over 260 year old piece. There is a professional repair to a chip on the upper edge see the last pic. The lines you see on the pictures are the glaze crazing – there is no damage to the body. The lid is sitting tight and has no damage as well. Condition: Good w/chip repaired at neck. Height: 9.5 in. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With.
Antique German/Austrian Early Faience Beer Stein Birnkrug Gmunden d. 1761

Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Early 1700

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Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Early 1700
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Early 1700
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Early 1700
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Early 1700
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Early 1700
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Early 1700

Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Early 1700
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Description: The beer steins made before the 1800s are quite rare – at that time, before the industrial revolution, the production was all manual. Every stein made in the early period was unique, decorated by hand and rarely replicated. Presented is an excellent quality saltglazed stoneware beer stein from around the early 1700s. The stoneware produced in Germany, especially in the Westerwald region was technologically superior to all the ceramics in the world at this time (except, probably, porcelain). The stein is decorated with incised geometrical decor and cobalt-blue glaze. It has a ball-shaped body with a round base and long neck – this form is traditionally called “Enghalskanne” or “long neck pitcher”. Most of the stein made in 1600s – early 1700s has some applied decorations, but there were some with only the incised ones as well. The shape of the stein, the pewter and specifically the petrification of the stoneware – all points to the early 18th century production. The lid is pewter with scalloped thumblift – typical for the period of the late 1600s – early 1700s, and five-ring closed type hinge. The specific way the rings are set – they are thin with some larger gaps between – indicate the early 1700s as well. I have provided a picture of a very similar – almost identical – stein/pitcher from the late 1600s, taken from the late Johannes Vogt catalog. This one is a little later production, but clearly very close. The stein is in excellent shape – a very rare condition for a ceramics piece over 300 years old. There are no cracks, hairlines, chips or repairs. There is a glaze burnt spot on the side – a manufacturing glitch, not later damage. Interesting to notice that the one from the Vogt catalog has almost the same. The lid is sitting pretty tight. The stein is 13 tall to the top of the thumblift, 2.5L capacity. I guarantee the authenticity. Condition: Excellent w/minor manufacturing glitch. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With.
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Enghalskanne c. Early 1700

Antique Early German Beer Stein Bartmann Style Rhineland Frechen c. 1500-1600s

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Antique Early German Beer Stein Bartmann Style Rhineland Frechen c. 1500-1600s
Smaller Antique Early German Beer Stein Bartmann Bellarmine Style Rhineland Frechen circa late 1500 – early 1600s. Description: I will be posting this week several very early German beer steins They date back to 1500s – 1600s and were made in the “Rhineland” – the region in Germany by the river Rhine where traditionally the early stoneware production took place. The most important towns to produce the stoneware were Cologne, Sieburg, Frechen and Raeren. This beer stein is one of the oldest beer drinking vessels. It dates back to the years of late 1500s – early 1600s and was made in the town of Frechen – one of the most important centers of early stoneware production in Germany. It is made in the tradition of “Bartmann” or “Bellarmine” beer steins of the same shape and color without the applied decorations. The bearded man steins from Frechen are the most classical of all the Bartmann pieces. They were produced for over a century and exported in large quantities to England, Scandinavia and the New World. It is estimated that between 1600 and 1640 approximately 10 million pieces were delivered to London and subsequently to all parts of the world. The stein is made of gray saltglazed stoneware with the applied slip of iron-rich clay that created this distinctive Frechen brown glaze – only in a very light tone. There is no applied or impressed decorations. The stein is in excellent condition for about 400 – 450 years old. Most of the Bartmannskruege are repaired or restored. This one has no chips, cracks or repairs. There is some superficial glaze crazing but no real cracks. This is a beautiful and very impressive piece that has about 400 years behind it! I guarantee my description and my dating. I have attached a photo of a very similar jug from the period painting of the mid 1500s. This is a smaller stein – about 7.5 tall, 0.5L capacity. Year: circa late -1500s. Height: 7.5 in. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. Track Page Views With.
Antique Early German Beer Stein Bartmann Style Rhineland Frechen c. 1500-1600s

Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799

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Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799
Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799
Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799
Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799
Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799
Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799

Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799
Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799. Description: Presented is a very impressive and beautiful old German beer stein manufactured in the region of Thuringia – an old German state located in central Germany – around late -1700s. Made of faience with very colorful hand-painted decorations that traditionally are associated with Thueringen factories. The decorations consist of a front and side medallions showing a flower painted in green, yellow, and blue. The rest of the stein is covered with magenta sponge background. This is very typical for Thueringen. Nice pewter lid with a large hollow ball for the thumblift and a lip ring. The lid is engraved initials C. There are two other letters on the lid – “TM” but they are scratched, not engraved so they are not significant. Probably the initials of the next owner. The stein is in fair good condition for the age. There are some hairlines, some enamel loss on the inside bottom, and the handle has a line in the middle. There is some glaze wear on the handle. There are also some minor pewter tears in the lid but the connection is quote solid and the exterior looks excellent. These are fair conditions for a beer stein that is over 220 years old. It displays good and appears quite impressive. It is standing 11 tall to the top of the thumblift, over 1L capacity. I guarantee my description and dating. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With.
Antique Early German Faience Beer Stein Thueringen Factory dated 1799

Small Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug

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Small Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug
Small Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug
Small Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug
Small Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug
Small Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug
Small Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug

Small Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug
This small antique German Westerwald stoneware beer stein, also known as Walzenkrug. Hand carved floral design on the front panel. Wheel thrown with a “thumbprint” mark on the base. Only 5″ tall with a 3 1/2″ diameter.
Small Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug

Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug c. Early 1700s

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Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug c. Early 1700s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug c. Early 1700s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug c. Early 1700s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug c. Early 1700s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug c. Early 1700s

Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug c. Early 1700s
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug c. Description: The beer steins made before 1800 are quite rare – at that time, before the industrial revolution, the production was all manual. Every stein made in the early period was unique, decorated by hand and rarely replicated. This beautiful stein was made in the early -1700s, it is guaranteed old give or takes 10 years. It is made in a very traditional style of grey stoneware with cobalt-blue glaze. This is a very traditional beer drinking vessel – a type that was produced for over centuries, from the mid-1600s to mid-1800s. The production of saltglazed stoneware beer steins in the Westerwald region of Germany reached the highest quality by the end of the 18th century. The stein is quite elaborately etched all over the body with beautiful floral decorations. The decorations are etched into the clay with a sharp instrument. The stein is also glazed with cobalt-blue and magenta glazes, fired and saltglazed. The decorations are quite intricate and labor-intensive. This complicated decor is a sign of the early 1700s, it was not used in the late 1700s as too expensive. The lid is pewter with hollow ball ribbed thumblift – this type of thumblifts was used throughout the entire 1700s. It is marked with the marks proper for the early 1700s pewter marks – I was not able to identify the pewterer, but the city mark suggests it was made in the town of Demmin in the North Germany. The stein is in excellent condition – there are no chips or cracks, no repairs. This is a very rare condition for such an old piece. There is also no damage or repairs to the pewter apart from normal wear. The stein is 8.5 tall to the top of the thumblift, 1L capacity. I guarantee the authenticity. Height: 8.5 in. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With.
Antique Early German Westerwald Stoneware Beer Stein Walzenkrug c. Early 1700s