This 3 Liter, 16.75" tall 2014 limitat beer stein portrays Hermann the German and his wolfhound. Hermann is standing in the Teutoburg forest, located in the northeast of Germany, ready for combat and blowing his battle horn to alarm his fellow German tribe chiefs. In this true historic event, in the year 9 AD, the united German tribe chiefs under Hermann's lead decisively defeated three Roman legions. This changed history in Europe as the Roman Empire never again crossed the Rhine river in an effort to conquer Germany.
This stein was originally modeled around 1902 by an unknown modeler with the initials A.R. and is now being faithfully reproduced by King-Werk GmbH. An ornately decorated genuine pewter lid crowns this beautiful limited edition work of art.
Hand-painted relief decoration with 24K gold accents set against a cobalt blue background. Includes a certificate of authenticity and history in German and English.
Limited Edition of 2,500 individually numbered beer steins Worldwide! Each stein is individually numbered by hand.
Made by King-Werk of Germany
Height: approx. 16.75"
Width: approx. 6.75"
Depth: approx. 9" (includes handle)
Volume: 3 Liter