Dumler & Breiden #324 Antique Lidded Mug German Beer Stein - First Kiss circa 1900's. Pottery relief 0.5L pewter lid. This beer stein has been made in Germany around 1900's by. Central image taken from a poem entitled The Trumpeter of Säckingen, written in 1853 by Josef Viktor von Scheffel, which tells the story of a love affair between a trumpeter and a barons daughter.
Stein in mint condition, out of damage. O Lieb wie bist du bitter, o Lieb wie bist du süß, trinkt Bier nur zwei drei Liter, bist du im Paradeis. Oh love how bitter you are, oh love how sweet you are, drink only two or three liters and you are in Paradise. The firm of Dümler & Breiden was formed in 1883 by Peter Dümler, already at the time an established Westerwald ceramics artist/modeler, and his brother-in-law Albert Breiden, a turner and technician who took responsibility for the production end of the business. Following Dümlers death in 1907 and the departure of Breiden just six years later, the firm continued to be operated by Dümler heirs until its closure in 1992, although beer stein production had virtually ceased by the late 1950s.Condition: Mint, out of damage. The item "Dumler & Breiden #324 First Kiss 1900s Antique Lidded Mug German Beer Stein" is in sale since Sunday, March 25, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Breweriana, Beer\Drinkware, Steins\Lidded Steins\Germany". The seller is "24hourshipment" and is located in Sherman Oaks, California.
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