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July 2020
Featured Stein

A Chip-Carved Creussen Merchant’s Tankard
by Walt Vogdes
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The image above provides a link to the most recent in a series of short articles begun in 1999 as the Stein of the Month. Since that time more than two hundred and thirty articles have been published. Click here to see a visual index of the entire series of articles. There’s every likelihood that one or more of them will immediately grab your interest!

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Part 2 of an Important Survey Article About the Evolution of the Styles and Manufacture of Drinking Vessels

This article is taken from a brochure published by RASTAL GMBH&CO.KG.

The Rastal Collection
of Historic Drinking Vessels

This month we introduce Part 2 of this survey article, featuring perspectives on porcelain, faience, silver, ivory, pewter, other materials, reservist and glass drinking vessels.

WESTERWALD STONEWARE

RHENISH STONEWARE

CENTRAL/EASTERN GERMANY

OTHER CENTERS

PORCELAIN AND FAIENCE

SILVER, IVORY AND PEWTER

OTHER MATERIALS

RESERVIST ARTICLES

GLASS

This articles, and more, can be found in the READING area or in the archives of Featured Stein articles.

 

SteinTalk

SteinTalk is a forum for people seeking answers to questions about steins. It’s a great way to exchange information and opinions with knowledgeable collectors!


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