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Large German Beer Stein

Large German Beer Stein

Regular price €124,00 EUR
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Strikingly large German beer stein. Collectible steins for decorative barware and unique gifts for that beer lover gift. Made in Germany from around the early 1900s to mid century. This antique beer stein is full of pottery relief of renaissance portraits and interesting designs. The details and workmanship are amazing and with it being so large it’s a real centerpiece.

It is a ceramic beer stein that fits 4 liters or approximately 1 gallon. A quality stein that is well made and heavy. Steins like this are known to have a pewter lid, this one does not have a lid. It does have a hole on the top of the handle where a lid can be attached. The bottom is stamped made in Germany and marked 1310. The stein was made by the manufacturer Merkelback & Wich founded in 1872.

The condition of this German beer stein is good with no major damage or repairs. It does have some crazing on the inside and out. It may have natural wear like scratches and discoloration that you would expect in vintage and antique pieces. See detailed pictures

Item# 1483 – German Beer Stein
- H 39 cm (15.4") x W 19 cm (7.5") x D  23 cm ( 9") outside of handle
- weight: Kg 3.2 (LB 7)
- volume: 4 L (1 gal) 
- materials: ceramic
- not included: stein has no lid, pewter lid is not included
Measurements, weight, and materials are approximate. 
All other items in the picture are not included and are just used to showcase the product.

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Below are some of the text translations:

“Sei mit dem Deinen allzeit im Reinen.”
(Be at peace with what is yours at all times.)
 
“Die Sorge macht nicht satt; Man hat nur was Man hat.”
(Worry is not satisfying; one has only what one has.)
 
“Gut Bier, frisch Wein, eine Musica rein, darzu ein jung Fräulein:
wär ja ein Stein der nit wollt’ lustig sein.”
(Good beer, fresh wine, pure music, at the same time a young woman:
one would have to be made of stone to not be happy with that.)

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