King-Werk™ Neuschwanstein Limited Edition Stoneware Stein
The Neuschwanstein Castle Stein is richly hand-painted over a dramatic royal cobalt background. Side panels feature a carriage used for traveling to the castle from the base of the mountain. Inscribed German word Kutschfahrt is translated as a carriage ride. Opposite side features the Hohenschwangau Castle located at the foot of Neuschwanstein Castle. From there King Ludwig superviced the building of Neuschwanstein. Ornate pointed purest pewter lid. Limited Edition of just 10,000 pieces. Each Stein is individually numbered by the painter. Certificate of Authenticity. Each stein signed by Master modeler Eva Trees and Master painter Friedel Michels.

King-Werk is situated in the Westerwald (Western Forest) of Germany, near the Rhine and Koblenz (the ancient Roman town of Confluentia) as well as the famous Limes (the fortified Roman border). The oldest roots of potters tradition in this area go back to the very first centuries AD. Supported by the experience in finest craftsmanship over generations, King-Steins are mostly based on designs of antique originals. The King-Collection of Old German, Bavarian, Austrian and Tyrolian steins, tankards and mugs offers you a choice of the most originally and skillfully designed products available. The trademark King guarantees the most authentic quality to all friends of genuinely handcrafted and hand painted German Steins.

Additional Information
Hand wash only. Limited Edition of 10,000 pieces.

Dimensions: 10.63"H x 4.33"W x 5.9"D; 1.6lbs. 24oz capacity.

Made in Germany.

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