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Friedolin | Drunken Student Beer Stein

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This German stein depicts Friedolin, an old German first name, which means to be "peaceable", with a beer stein & shield and cherubs with musical instruments on either side. The first bearer of the name Friedolin was Friedolin von Saeckingen who was born in Ireland and worshiped as a saint. He lived in Saeckingen, Germany until his death in about 538.

Before WWI Friedolin was a synonym or nick-name for the cheerful or rowdy drunken German students during this period. The saying on the beer stein translates as: "Dear mother, leave the door unlocked.  Your sonny-boy comes home drunken like a judge". 

Deep cobalt blue background, relief hand painted decoration and pointed pewter lid.

This beer stein was originally produced by Thewalt GmbH of Germany and is now being faithfully reproduced from the original mold by King-Werk GmbH of Germany.

Limited Edition of 2,500 individually numbered beer steins Worldwide!

Height: approx. 10"

Volume: 0.75 Liter



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