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Steins   

Popular in central Europe for over 300 years these lidded tankards or Steins became more decorative and valuable during the 19th and early 20th Century. Perfect good quality examples with glass bodies are becoming increasingly rare. Here is a small selection from our stock.

A silver mounted Copenhagen Porcelain Stein/Tankard,

the silver tappit cober with bud finial, silver gilt interior and acanthus thumbpiece, makers mark of P.Hertz, Copenhagen, c.1865, 8 1/4in (21cm), 3 wave mark in blue to porcelain.

Silver makers mark, Copenhagen Porcelain Stein

A Pair of exceptionally carved Bohemian glass steins by F. Zach,

c. 1855-1865, with contemporary porcelain covers, 20cmhigh approx.

A detail of cutting on the steins.

A Bohemian Clear Glass Stein by F. Zach,

beneath white metal mount

Detail of the design on the Zach clear glass stein

A Bohemian Ruby Flash Stein of Scottish Interest

cut to clear with an unusual view of THE SIGNET LIBRARY in EDINBURGH, Scotland circa 1860, 20cm approx.

This famous scottish library was designed by Robert Reid and built between 1810 and 1823. It houses the library of the society of writers to Her Majesties Signet, which contains over 30,000 volumes of legal interest.

A detail of the previous stein.

An unusual Darmstadt enamelled glass stein,

after a design by F Kleukens, with Cats and a large fish, 1st decade of 20th century, 16cm high approx.

 

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