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    Posted 1 year ago

    JoeyC
    (119 items)

    GLASS COLLECTORS! GLASS EXPERTS! Have you ever seen this pattern? Please comment! Just found, a beer stein, applied handle ... with what appears to be a variant pattern of TULIP WITH SAWTOOTH ... upside down??? ... also a BULL'S EYE or THUMB PRINT? I have never seen anything like this, have you? Found here in Pittsburgh PA. Thanks.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 1 year ago
      guessing possibly German; pewter lidded steins were a popular item in Germany...

      here's a somewhat similar with inscribed lid
      https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/19th-century-german-glass-pewter-beer-1869273538
    2. JoeyC, 1 year ago
      That's interesting. Thanks. Wonder if German glassmakers would've copied the American glass patterns THERE? Its also possible a German immigrant glassmaker working at, say, Bryce here in Pittsburgh would've fused German stein glassmaking style with American patterns, maybe altered the molds. The lid is quite different too. Thanks again!

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