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Drinkware & Steins!

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Drinkware & Steins!

This Group if for those interested in Selling Buying and collecting all style of drinkware including German Steins!

Members: 43
Latest Activity: Jun 30, 2016

Discussion Forum

List your Drinkware Interests here 2 Replies

Started by Big T. Last reply by AC Silver Antiques Jun 30, 2016.

Miniature Metal Stein from Switzerland? 1 Reply

Started by Ellene Meece. Last reply by Kent Richards Dec 14, 2014.

What do I have here?

Started by Amy Rogers Mar 24, 2012.

Utica Club Steins

Started by Lillian Dunbar Sep 12, 2011.

Beer steins and glassware 1 Reply

Started by Barbara Ann Willis. Last reply by Barbara Ann Willis Jun 17, 2011.

Tom Collins Type Glasses Coated with Plastic

Started by EndOfMyLine Mar 7, 2011.

New Beer, Wine, and Liqour Group!!

Started by Chicago Retro Jul 29, 2010.

Antique huge japanese side handled tea pot

Started by Samantha Davis Feb 12, 2010.

All metal Spainish Stein

Started by Your Bounty, Bernie Oct 1, 2009.

GERMAN STEIN - can any one tell me about it ? 1 Reply

Started by ray simpson. Last reply by Your Bounty, Bernie Sep 1, 2009.

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Comment by rescuelifeproducts on April 7, 2009 at 12:31am
I have some great antique silver stein in my collections. Rare stien collection is one of the reasons that I started collecting in the first place.
Take a look at some of my work at http://www.thelensflare.com by clicking on the link and using the website's search window with the word "rescuelife" or "rescuelifeproducts".
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Comment by Kitschy Koo on February 5, 2009 at 9:14am
I am looking for 12 old sake jugs for a movie. Not little ones but the large size that is used for storing sake. preferably jugs that have wicker or rattan wrapped around them. Will take anything that has some age, but in good shape. Anyone have any ideas?
Comment by Holly Barley on January 23, 2009 at 9:13pm
I have a set that looks like the one on this main page except mine has Stags(deer) on the side and I have 6 mugs with it. I have it packed away so I don't have a photo of it but if need be I will dig it out.I haven't ever been able to find any information on it. The only thing I know about it is possibly who the maker is. Mine also has a pheasant on the top. My mom and dad bought in 1961 at a German Beer Stein factory in Germany. Any help with information and worth would be greatly appreciated
Comment by Ellene Meece on October 20, 2008 at 3:41pm
Wow...I never thought about that! I'll have to do some research and see if I can find some connections there. I did see in a Mitsubishi profile they make ceramics but I am not sure if it means cute ceramic steins. smile. Your stoneware tumblers are very cool indeed.
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on October 14, 2008 at 12:38am
I see a lot of different items besides tvs and cars made by Mitsubishi Corporation (MC). I'm not sure if they are the MC shown on your steins and my tumblers...could be.
Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on October 10, 2008 at 10:32pm
Ellene, I don't know what MC stands for either; I wish I did. I bought 4 stoneware tumblers in really cool colors a week ago. They too have a sticker, MC Japan, on them.
Do you suppose it means Made in China? smile lol

Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on October 10, 2008 at 8:45pm
I bought this "Claret Jug" at a yard sale in Spokane about 5-6 years ago. The former owner took the lid off and used it as a flower pot. When I bought it she said she'd have to search for the lid. After 3-4 phone calls and 2 months she found it and I had a jeweler re-solder it back on. Most silver-plated items are done over copper based items. This Claret Pot or Jug is brass as the last M indicates. WMF is the manufacturer's name, which stands for Wurtenbergs Metalwares, of Geislingen, Germany. (WMFM is shown on bottom). WMF began operations in 1853 and is still in production. This is said to be one their earlier pieces (1853-58). Also on the bottom is i/0 which stands for "1 gram deposited silver per square decimetre." This refers to the silver plating. The finial is that of a petunia, vines and leaves. It swivels around on top. The jug stands 10-5/8ths inches tall. and the base is 6-1/8 inches diameter. Claret is a type of red wine grown in the Rhine River region of Germany and France. The pot or jug needs to be re-soldered around the spigot and base. It leaks.

Comment by Ellene Meece on August 20, 2008 at 5:16pm

Can anyone tell me about these small steins with "MC Japan" stamped on the bottom? They measure 3 inches high x 2 1/2 inch diameter.
I have them listed on my website in glassware/pottery for $20. I would love to add more history to the description and of course 'correct' the price if I undervalued them!
 

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