This 19th century Westwald stein has an outer body with a crisp embossed design and an inside made on a Friday afternoon or by a trainee potter, its also interesting that the maker fired the pot with a chip on the lip. The lid that carries the name Philip Fletcher seems to have been made from a low grade metal (see photo of inside of the lid). In English the legend would read " Drink what is clear".
|Höhe||10.0 cm (appx. 3.9 inches.)|