This King-Werk 2017 Limitat 2 Liter handpainted beer stein features the mobilizing of a German tribe to defend their homeland (vaterland) in detailed relief decoration. In the center panel a determined German wife and mother shows her man, who is kissing his son good-bye, the way to his fellow fighters gathering under the banner that reads "Vaterland in Gefahr" (Homeland in Danger).
The mold for this stein was likely originally sculpted by Peter Duemler around 1875 and is now being reproduced by King-Werk GmbH. This beer stein features an impressive facon lid, ivory background, hand painted accents and a certificate of authenticity with history on the back.
Limited Edition of 2,500 individually numbered beer steins Worldwide!
Made by King-Werk of Germany
Height: approx. 15.75"
Width: approx. 6.3"
Depth (including handle): approx. 9.4"
Volume: 2 Liter
Genuine "Old German" Beer Stein
Traditions are rekindled with this new series. The beer steins are reproduced according to still existing records and using the original patterns of the models created by Peter Duemler (1860-1907), one of the best-known artists of his time, more than a century ago. Each beer stein of this series is exclusive and is manufactured only in a limited number, a rare piece for lovers of historic drinking vessels and collectors all over the world.