Antique Pewter German Beer Stein/Pitcher Kanne by J. Description: Antique German pewter beer stein/pitcher from about 1860s. Classical baroque-style shape with a spout - the Germans call it "Kanne". Please note - it may not look like a standard beer pitcher. However, it is decorated with a hops cone and hops leaves.I doubt any other vessel would be decorated this way. A sit-on, not hinged lid. A "hops cone" for the finial -typical for the beer steins/pitchers. The handle is wrapped with a leather strap for preventing the hands from slipping. Marked on the inside with J. He became a master perwterer in 1833. The stein is engarved on the front with the name M. Excellent condition - there is no tears or any damage at all, no repairs, no major dings or scratches It is 10 tall to the top of the finial, 1L capacity. Please note - this is a real coffee vessel from mid-1800s, not a copy or fake.
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