Pottery German Beer Stein Adolf Diesinger (Mettlach Era) 100 Year Old

We have a pottery stein that was made in the early 1900's. The stein is a 1/2 L and is 10 7/8" tall. The scene is of hunters with his dog and other people at a table. The lid is made from pewter. The stein has no chips or cracks. I think that this is a very unusual stein and makes a wonderful addition to any advanced collectors collection.

Adolf Diesinger Majolikafabrik & Karl Diesinger
Rheinstraße, Schützenstraße 13, Höhr, Hesse-Nassau, Prussia. (now Höhr-Grenzhausen, Rhineland-Palatinate).
Majolikafabrik sowie Elfenbeinware, Unterglasurmalerei und Zinngiesserei.
Majolica or cream stoneware manufacturer, together with print / painting under glaze & an in-house pewter facility.
Founded by Adolf Diesinger in 1860, and located in Rheinstraße, adjacent to where Marzi & Remy later opened.
They employed eighteen people, including eight potters (turners) and four painters, as well as four pewterers. The company traded until 1906.
Karl Diesinger (son?) then founded his own company in Schützenstraße 13, in 1907, which traded until around 1910.
Reference: Character Steins MySteinCollection Capacity Marks Anton Kilian "Karl" Beuler

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