Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this lovely Lidded Stein by Whites Pottery of Utica and is a wonderful example of the skill that Whites attained in molded stoneware. 


The stein was made to commemmorate the 1903 Broadway play, "The Prince of Pilsen" about a brewer who was mistaken by a princess to be a prince.  It was a silent movie in 1926.  


This beauty features a Top Band with "Prince of Pilsen" Impressed on It,a Textured Background with the Brewer and Princess Dancing on one Side and a Placard Reading "Here's to the Heart that Beats for Me" on the Other, and a Series of Fancy Borders at the Bottom.  A pewter lid completes the piece.  Stands 9" to the top of the lid.  


Excellent Condition.  A couple minor pinhead-size nibbles on the bottom border.  That's it!  No rim chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration.


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Prince of Pilsen Stoneware Stein by Whites of Utica, New York


    Doc's Crocks

    340 N. Countryside Drive,

    Ashland, Ohio 44805


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