Stoneware stein, made for the Low Countries

From the collection of Paul Van Eck

This type of stoneware drinking vessel was made in the 18th and (mostly) 19th century. As far as I know the Low Countries (Netherlands and Belgium) are the only countries where such steins were sold to, since I have yet to see an example that turned up in another country..
This example measures appx 18 centimeters excluding the pewter lid. It will date to the mid to late 19th century, is my 'guesstimate'.

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type stein materialstoneware
producer mold-
design date1850~1900   
height 18.0 cm (appx. 7 inches.)   

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