German white wine tastes much better served in a roemer!
A V & B, Dresden, P.U.G. Plaque. Circa 1890.
Below: Some of “Theresienthal’s” enameled leaves with gold trim Roemers:
Pair – 6.2 inches [FWTD]
Exact size unknown. Not seen often with the “worm” ribbing.
9 inches tall with a little bit of everything on it.
Set of four roemers with enameled “zwergs” (dwarfs/ gnomes.)
A set of 4 for a German dueling society
10 5/8th inches with two coat of arms linked together by a red ribbon. Possibly a wedding goblet. [SD]
The Imperial Adler. The eagle was produced in about 20 different sizes and widths. [FWTD], [tsaco] –
A city of Hamburg souvenir. TH also made these in great numbers and different sizes.
Very interesting and bright decor. I don’t know if this is a family’s Coat of Arms, or just fantasy.
With a slightly different pattern than that usually found with the gold leaves and flowers. [FWTD]
With an ancient Greek motif [FWTD]
Comes with unknown country’s copper Mideastern coins. [FWTD]
A pretty typical roemer celebrating the grape. Most probably Theresienthal’s work.
I think these “Red Seals” are Theresienthal’s work also.
Olden style roemer, but a Theresienthal Form number 490 II, only 4.4 inches tall.
I can’t prove this, but I believe van Hauten’ decorator shop, got most of their glass from Theresienthal. Shown a hand painted roemer with strange religious / friendship scenes by “van Hauten.”
See page this web site: http://www.steveonsteins.com/friedr-van-hautens-enameled-drinking-vessels-many-examples-of-his-work
[L] An 18.5 inch tall punch bowl, part of a set. [R] One of the matching roemers in the set.
A very well done roemer. I believe it to be Theresienthal’s work, or perhaps Josephinenhütte. [FWTD]
Below: Some newer TH roemer designs:
Roemer, 7.0 INCH, FORM 3435
LIMITED EDITION – THERESIENTHAL ROEMERS – BY YEARS,
NOT MUCH DIFFERENT FROM THE OLD ONES.
BELOW: A private collection of Theresienthal roemers Courtesy of “Joerg”, a serious TH collector living in Germany.
What a great collection! Thank you for sharing Joerg!
While not a roemer, I felt this 4.75 in. ht., cordial deserved a little recognition.
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