Antique German Beer Stein With Pewter & Painted Porcelain of Falconer and Dog

Date Created: 16 March 2017

Author: Unknown

Source: the Internet

Owner: Ebay.com

Link to: Website

  • Germany
  • Falcon
  • Artwork
  • 20th Century
  • Hunting
  • Training
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This is an awesome, heavy weight glass stein. The porcelain top pictures a falconer holding what looks like any owl. There is a hunting dog by his side and they both are looking up at their birds in the sky. It measures 7" to the top of the pewter knob. The glass at the top measures 3" in diameter, and it bows out to about 3 3/4". It looks like pressed glass with an applied handle. It is in good condition. There are some light scratches on the glass from use over the years. There is a small chip on the bottom ground edge. On the very bottom of the handle where is is applied it looks like there is a little roughness also from use. There is a scratch on the porcelain top that goes slightly onto the pewter edge. Please let me know if you need any additional information. From a non-smoking home. Thank you.

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