This is such a rare piece that I am unsure if I can part with it, but perhaps there is someone who may find it even more relevant to their life. This is a stein that is a commemorative piece for a Brewers Union dated the year 1881 to 1906. While it commemorated an event in New York in 1906, it is in German which speaks volumes about the organization. They must have made some Good German Beer! It is decorated with transfer patterns of sheaves of hops, and hop flowers and barley, and tools of the brewery trade in a barrel. It says: 1881 - 1906 on the lid, and Braumeister Verein Von New=York und Umgegend 1881, then at the bottom again 1881 -1906. I notice one fine hairline to the glaze at the upper portion of the stein, less than an inch, and minimal very fine alligatoring of the glaze within the stein itself. No cracks, no repairs, replacements or restorations. The bottom of the stein reads: incised 1526, hand written in red 35, incised II, then the mark: Villeroy and Boch, which is partially not there and made in Germany.
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