A narrow salt-
There is a very crudely moulded band of grapevine above the slightly flared foot. The base is flat but with a slight push up in the middle and shows wire marks where it was cut from the wheel head. The handle is hand-
Although this stein looks very early in style (loosely similar to the Siegburg examples) it is more likely to date to the C19th. A very similar version, but with a moulded handle and marked ‘KREBS’ is known, which dates to the later C19th.
Pot ID: AP/992
Dimensions: 168 mm high (to top of rim).
Net Weight (grams): 490
Shallow chip on inside rim. The moulded ‘stonework’ border is missing in two places at the top but these are glazed over production damage. A medium chip on foot rim at front plus four chips under foot rim on base.