Antique German/Bohemian Glass Beer Stein Stone Ruby Red Flashed and Cut Teplitz Spa c. Description: This very interesting stein was made around mid-1800s - in 1860s-early 1870s. It is made of blown crystal glass flashed with deep ruby-red color.It was then stone-cut to make vertical facets. The sides of the steins are copper-wheel engraved - this was a technique that required some serious skills and created beautiful art work. The frond shows a large panel wheel-egraved with the inscription "Andenken von Teplitz" - "For the memory of Teplitz" and the views of the most famous bath houses in the city - Stadtbad and Steinbad. This is a so-called "Spa" or souvenier stein - the steins of this type were made to commemorate somebody's visit to a spa town. Teplitz or Teplice in Czech prononciation used to be in Bohemia, the province of Austro-Hungary. Now it belongs to Czech Republic. It is a famous spa or health resort popular many people in Gertmany, including some very famous ones. This type of glass beer steins was very common in 1870s. The steins of this kind came mostly from Bohemia. Five ring closed type hinge. The lid is pewter with a clear glass inlay and small thumblift typical for mid-1800s. The stein is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. There is some minor age-related wear to the red. It is a full size pint stein, 6.5 tall to the top of the thumblift, 0.5L capacity.
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