Below: The “IMPERIAL” EAGLE – TH’S unique design; This is not the “Prussian Eagle”; that eagle is on this eagle’s chest, indicating “Imperial Germany” arose from the State of Prussia.
Newer style, also with larger dots. About 1890’s.
Count von Bismarck
A van Hauten decorated stein.
Tyrolean scene, with a cut “Prism” lid. [RFA]
WHITE ENAMELING AND / OR RED FIRST LETTER WITH WHITE ENAMELING.
A stylized swan or dragon (your guess is as ) [FWTD]
Same design as above but no verse and on a different body.
A pretty different colored glass arrangement, but definitely a Theresienthal stein.
Above: White enameled design, with verse and red letters.
Lots more white enameled examples are shown on the TH Server ‘s page =
DeFREGGER [A TYROLIAN ARTIST] – COPIES OF HIS WORK, MOST ALL WITH A WHITE DOT BORDER AND SOME WITH HEAVY PEWTER BASES.
Same body [?] but with different tan and white frame design. [L – FWTD]
This stein has no tan and white framing around the picture, only the small white dots.
A better view of one above – left side .
COPIES OF ART WORKS BY OTHER GERMAN ARTISTS
This one may not be a DeFregger scene . [tsaco]
Also hand painted with white dot border, as the Defregger’s are. I am uncertain of the artist as other artist’s works were also used for these steins.
Lowengrin’s departure. (tsaco}
Eduard von Grützner scene [TSACO]
An unusual body shape, and it has the shown painting’s label.
Please go to page 4.
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