Three colourful traditional German beer steins, made in West Germany.

 

These three mid century pieces feature nice detail and a raised design, each sets against a cobalt blue background. All are hand painted and the paints are still vibrant.
They are all used but still in good condition with no chips or cracks, except some tarnish to the lids.

 

Small Beer Stein: "Gruss aus dem Schwarzwald" is engraved in the front. It means "
Greetings from the Black Forest".
It depicts a Bavarian couple with Black Forest scene.


Pewter lid fitting is immaculate. D.B.G.M. (Deutsches Bundes Gebrauchsmuster) and number 49 are marked under the lid.

 

Condition | good vintage condition with traces of age and wear. Tarnished lid.

Period | 50s  or before

Materials | glaze, ceramic, pewter

Dimensions | diameter approx. 4.5cm-6.5cm x H14cm

Weight | 309g

 

Medium Beer Stein: It features a tavern scene. Pewter lid fitting is immaculate. D.B.G.M. (Deutsches Bundes Gebrauchsmuster) and number 53 are marked under the lid.

 

Condition | good vintage condition with traces of age and wear. Tarnished lid.

Period | 50s or before

Materials | glaze, ceramic, pewter

Dimensions | diameter approx.6.8 cm x H16.7cm

Weight | 374g

 

Big Beer Stein: "Ein Gutes Bier, Des Wirtes Zier " is engraved on both sides. It means "
A good beer, the
tavern owner's adornment". It features a tavern scene. Pewter lid fitting is immaculate. D.B.G.M. (Deutsches Bundes Gebrauchsmuster) and number 66 are marked under the lid.

 

Condition | good vintage condition with traces of age and wear. Tarnished lid.

Period | 50s or before

Materials | glaze, ceramic, pewter

Dimensions | diameter approx 8 cm x H18.5cm

Weight | 504g 

 

 

DRGM stands for Deutsches Reichs Gebrauchs Muster = registered design of the German Reich. 
 
This was used probably from before the World War I until the end of World War II. Though some companies put it D.R.G.M. stands for "Deutsches Reiches Gebrauchs Musterschutz" - meaning protected patented design under the Reich Government. 


DRGM is often mistaken for a brand, but the initials stand for Deutsches Reichs Gebrauchmuster (see also it's predecessor: DBGM) and is some kind of 'copyright' patent protection mark, like a Utility Model. It is very similar to the patent, but usually has a shorter term -often 6 to 15 years- and less stringent patentability requirements. DRGM has been used from 1891 to approx. 1945 

Collectible Vintage German Hand Painted Beer Steins with Lids

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