Collectible Beer Stein: German Village Shot Glass

Shots-Ceramic

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This classic scene of a German Village similar to Rothenberg is engraved on a beer stein shot glass. This shot beer stein is the first in a series of three steins (see intro image of full collection). Colorfully decorated collectible beer steins are popular around the world. The origin of German Beer Steins date back to the 14th century. In German speaking regions a stein may be known as "Humpen" (if stoneware) or "Steinkrug" (if earthenware). "Beer Stein" derives from the German words "Bier" (beer) and "Steinkrug" (literally stone crock).
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  • Approximate Dimensions (Length x Width x Height): 2.5x2.75x2"
  • Material Type: Ceramic
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This classic scene of a German Village similar to Rothenberg is engraved on a beer stein shot glass. This shot beer stein is the first in a series of three steins (see intro image of full collection). Colorfully decorated collectible beer steins are popular around the world. The origin of German Beer Steins date back to the 14th century. In German speaking regions a stein may be known as "Humpen" (if stoneware) or "Steinkrug" (if earthenware). "Beer Stein" derives from the German words "Bier" (beer) and "Steinkrug" (literally stone crock).
  • See our other steins to add to your collection!
  • Approximate Dimensions (Length x Width x Height): 2.5x2.75x2"
  • Material Type: Ceramic

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