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Scandinavian (Sweden) wooden tankardScandinavian (Sweden) wooden tankard
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date19th century
An ornately painted Swedish tankard. The wooden tankard is made from pine, and has a naive decoration painted on it. This type of wooden tankard has been made in Scandinavia throughout the centurie... more..
Dresden ZwingerDresden Zwinger
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerSitzendorfer Porzellanmanufakturmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1902-1954
The Zwinger in the German city of Dresden is one of the most wellknown buidlings in Germany. Built in rococo style, it served as an orangery and festival area for the Dresden Court. It was built in t... more..
blue glass child's steinblue glass child's stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign dateca 1900
A children's stein in blue glass. This is a pressed glass, made aroun 1900 in Germany. It was intended for a child. The saying on the front reads 'Dem Guten Kinde' (the good child). The glass st... more..
Bundesschiessen München 1927Bundesschiessen München 1927
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerWick Werkemold nr.unknown
designerOtto Ludwig Naegeledesign date1927
The official stein for the 18th German Shooting contest held in Munich in 1927. ("18. Deutsches Bundesschießen München 1927 officieller Festkrug") The artwork on this stein was designed by Otto Lu... more..
Oktoberfest 2003**FOR SALE**Oktoberfest 2003
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerRastal Werkmold nr.unknown
designerotherdesign date2003
The official stein for the 2003 Oktoberfest, held in Munich from 20 September until 5 October 2003. The stein was produced by Rastal. The artwork was designed by Christian Weiss.
Oktoberfest 2002**FOR SALE**Oktoberfest 2002
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerRastal Werkmold nr.unknown
designerotherdesign date2002
The official stein for the 2002 Oktoberfest, held in Munich from 21 September until 6 October 2002. The stein was produced by Rastal. The artwork was designed by Rose Juchniewiez.
wax decorative plaquewax decorative plaque
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerothermold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date20th C
A decorative plaque made enterely out of wax. This wax plaque features a bearded man, holding a stein in one hand, and a pipe in the other. On the table in front of him is an empty plate, so it see... more..
Lidded butter dishLidded butter dish
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1900-1920
A butter dish with lid. This blue/gray Westerwald butter dish is decorated with a cow in a field. The butter dish holds 1/4 Pfund (125 grammes) of butter, according to the marking on the base. ... more..
Regensburg Steinzeug: Burial of a hunterRegensburg Steinzeug: Burial of a hunter
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1850-1900
What a fantastically funny scene on this stoneware stein: A parade of animals.. all of them hunter's prey.. but there's a twist! They're all quite happy, because they are in a parade.. to bury the hu... more..
Old postage stamp Villeroy & Boch factory**FOR SALE**Old postage stamp Villeroy & Boch factory
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1920 ~1935
A 1920's ~ 1930's postage stamp, featuring the Villeroy & Boch factory in Mettlach, Germany. The stamp has a face value of 75 cents, indicating that at the time of issueing the region was under Fre... more..
puzzle mugpuzzle mug
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign dateca 1900-1920
A porcelain so-called puzzle mug. It is called a puzzle mug because it seems impossible to drink from this mug, since there are a lot of holes in it.. So how do you drink from it without spilling? ... more..
English character mug: man's head with troutEnglish character mug: man's head with trout
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date20th C
A (fisher-)man's head and a trout. That's the two ingredients that make up this English character mug. All handpainted. I have no idea of it's age or origin.
Rosenthal steinRosenthal stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerothermold nr.unknown
designerotherdesign datelate 20th C.
A lidded stein, produced by Rosenthal in the end of the 20th century. The design is bij Bjorn Wiinblad http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bj%C3%B8rn_Wiinblad, a famous designer who worked for Rosenthal f... more..
Steam trainSteam train
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerMarzi & Remymold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1890-1910
A nice stein, produced by Marzi & Remy, circa 1900. "Mit volldampf voraus." (full steam ahead) and "Allzeit treu für Kaiser und Reich." (always loyal to our emperor and empire) are the two phrases ... more..
4 shields4 shields
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerMerkelbach & Wickmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1880-1900
A historismus style blue/gray jug featuring 4 shields of armor. This jug was produced by Merkelbach & Wick, circa 1880-1900 in the typical historical revival style that was in fashion in the second... more..
3 liter bicycle stein3 liter bicycle stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerMerkelbach & Wickmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1880-1900
A fantastic large bicycle stein, produced by Merkelbach & Wick, circa 1900. The stein features a very detailed and beautiful scene of a sportsman riding a bicycle. The texts on the scene are "Frohe... more..
Bowling steinBowling stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerothermold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1880-1890
"Vivat das Kranzl" is the title of this bowling stein. The stein is marked with the stamp of Porzellan und Steingutfabrik Ludwig Wessel http://www.steinmarks.co.uk/pages/pv.asp?p=stein283. It was p... more..
mini steinmini stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign dateearly 20th C.
A mini stein, measuring no more than 5.3cm (excluding the lid). The little stein has a decoration in relief of a man playing a cello, and a woman dancing to his music. On the front there are remains ... more..
Gruss aus Wien - SchönbrunnGruss aus Wien - Schönbrunn
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1900-1940
Schönbrunn http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sch%C3%B6nbrunn_Palace is a famous palace in the Austrian capitol Vienna. This pressed glass is a souvenir from that castle, dating to the early part of the ... more..
stoneware jug with horse thumbreststoneware jug with horse thumbrest
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1840-1870
A blue/gray stoneware jug, probably produced in the Westerwald region, circa 1840 ~1870. This jug has a uncommon thumbrest of a horse, as well as a elaborate metal fitting, most likely brass (partl... more..
puzzle mugpuzzle mug
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign dateafter 1960
A porcelain puzzle mug, produced in the 2nd half of the 20th century, probably in the 1980's or 1990's. This porcelain puzzle stein is decorated (transfer print) with a picture of King Ludwig II of B... more..
half liter steinhalf liter stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerMerkelbach & Wickmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1890-1900
A half liter capacity stein, produced by Merkelbach & Wick. This is a undecorated stein, but with a nice pewter lid. The lid features an embossed Munich Child, and the thumbrest is shaped as a sitt... more..
tobacco jartobacco jar
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date19th century
Tobacco jar from the Beauvais region (Northern France). This example is marked on the base with an impressed number 4, which is likely to be a capacity marking.
tobacco jartobacco jar
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date19th century
Tobacco jar, possibly from the Beauvais region (Northern France). This example is marked on the base with a capital letter 'V'.
Historismus steinHistorismus stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1890-1900
A basic stoneware stein, decorated in the typical historismus style. Produced circa 1900. No makers mark nor mold number visible. Handle identical to another stein in my collection (http://www.my... more..
to the loo (twice)to the loo (twice)
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerSimon Peter Gerzmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1970-2000
A character stein by Simon Peter Gerz, shaped like an outside loo. If you look carefully you can see it's being used.. :-) Produced by Simon Peter Gerz in the second half of the 20th century (circa... more..
saltglazed Westerwald steinsaltglazed Westerwald stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1860~1880
A saltglazed stein, produced in the Westerwald area, circa 1860 ~1880. Bavarian shaped stoneware stein, decorated with rosettes, Edelweiss flowers and lion's heads. A family shield in relief is the... more..
glass stein with photo insert lidglass stein with photo insert lid
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1890-1910
A pressed glass stein, circa 1890 ~ 1910. It features a porcelain inlaid lid with a portrait photo of a couple. Height circa 18.3cm excluding the lid.
bavarian steinbavarian stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1900-1940
A half-liter mug (no lid attachment) dating to the first half of the 20th century. The decoration in the 'Bavarian' style is hand-made (no mold). The base shows the typical marks of salt-glazed s... more..
world's smallest?world's smallest?
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date20th C
Is this the world's smallest brewery stein? I would not know, but I do know it's by far the smallest one that I have in my collection. Measuring only 22 millimeters from the bottom to the tip of th... more..
Gres de Beauvais tobacco jarGres de Beauvais tobacco jar
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date19th century
18th century Westerwald stein18th century Westerwald stein
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date18th century
A Westerwald stein, produced in the last quarter of the 18th century (circa 1780). The stein is decorated in two different techniques. One is the so-called 'Knibis'-method, where lines are scratche... more..
butcher scenebutcher scene
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerSitzendorfer Porzellanmanufakturmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign datemodern
A modern stein by Sitzendorf, depicting a scene where a pig is laying on a bench, surrounded by 3 people. I am unsure what the scene is supposed to portray.. is it a butcher at work? But what are t... more..
How do you like my girl?How do you like my girl?
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1900-1930
"Wie gefällt euch mein Dirndl?" is the title of the scene on this porcelain stein. It translates as "How do you like my girl?", as one farmer asks two of his friends. He is obviously proud of how his ... more..
Fayence stein dated 1840Fayence stein dated 1840
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1840
A fayence stein, dated on the lid with the year 1840. Produced in Hannoversch-Münden (which is a city in the northern part of Germany). See this article on these fayence steins by William Hamer: ht... more..
"Münchner Kindl" statuette
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date19th or early 20th century
A small metal statuette of the Munich Child. She is holding a raddish in her left hand, and a beer stein in her right hand. This statuette is made of copper or spelter. It is 10 centimeters tall. ... more..
Mettlach trayMettlach tray
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerVilleroy & Bochmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1880 ~1900
A presentation tray, oak with an inlaid plaque by Villeroy & Boch (Mettlach). Size: 42 x 27.5cm There is no maker's mark, only a decoration number on the back (2104). I attribute this tray to V... more..
Stag glass on antlersStag glass on antlers
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign dateearly 20th century
A beer glass, decorated with a stag's head and mounted on horns. A very nice example of a German or Austrian drinking glass. Fine goldpaint on the rim, hand-decorated enamel. Real antlers. Heigh... more..
Hipp Hipp Hurrah!Hipp Hipp Hurrah!
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerHauber & Reuthermold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1880 ~1900
"Hipp Hipp Hurrah!" is the phrase on this interesting stein. The phrase is an old nautical saying, and this stein has a nautical theme all over it. On the one side it has decoration of Poseidon's ... more..
Gambrinus**FOR SALE**Gambrinus
from the private collection of Paul van Eck
producerunknownmold nr.unknown
designerunknowndesign date1860 ~1890
Gambrinus is our king of beer. And here he is again, proudly holding his stein up high. "Prosit!, my friend!", he seems to be saying to us. A half liter stoneware stein, produced in the second half... more..

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