Antique half liter beer stein from the "Eberl-Bräu" brewery, which was founded 1593 in Munich. Made of stoneware with lithographed decoration. Highly elaborated lid and figural thumb lift worked in pewter. Condition: fine, erased calibration. Dimension: 16.1 cm high, weight: 746 g.
Half liter figural beer stein shaped like a monk, known as "Münchner Kindl", holding a beer tankard and radishes. Made of salt-glazed stoneware, the base with impressed manufacturer's mark Reinemann. The thumb-lifts cast in pewter in the shape of the towers of Munich’s Cathedral of Our Lady. Condition: the cap with few glaze frittings. Dimension: 19 cm high, weight: 694 g.
A large beer tankard made of gray salt-glazed stoneware in Westerwald, Germany. With carved decoration of flower scrolls and with stamped depiction of stylized horses, partially with blue glaze. Condition: good, rim with two short hairlines and two small manufacturing defects. Dimension: 20.1 cm high, weight: 958 g.
A large beer tankard made of salt-glazed stoneware in Westerwald, Germany. The front side with carved depiction of a horse, partially with blue glaze. Condition: good, foot rim with few tiny chips and a small chip near base maybe a manufacturing defect. Dimension: 19.3 cm high, weight: 1040 g.
A square tin glazed earthenware tile painted in underglaze blue, depicting a religious scene in a church. Several persons before an alter with the Tablets of Law, one is holding a baby, an other one is kneeling with two birds in hands. Oak frame. Condition: Left and right rim with some losses. Dimensions: 15,7 cm x 15,7 cm with frame. Weight: 340 gram.
A square tin glazed earthenware tile painted in underglaze blue, depicting a family in a landscape. Oak frame. Condition: Lower left corner cracked, minor glaze chips, minor loss to upper right corner. Dimensions: 16,2 cm x 16,2 cm with frame. Weight: 424 gram.