Antique Stoneware NJ Soda Beer Bottle with Cobalt, Pfannebecker, Paterson, c. 1870
Description : An antique, blue-decorated Stoneware Beer Bottle made for the venerable Paterson, New Jersey Brewer, Philip Pfannebecker, Sr. Cylindrical, wheel-thrown form with tapered shoulder and oversized blob top. In addition, two large freehand cobalt B shoulder stamps. This is an exceptional NJ Beer that will not disappoint, especially if condition is of utmost importance in your collection. Pfannebecker was a well-known brewer of Weiss, Spruce, Birch, Cherry and other regional beers using the ingredients of the highest quality.
See Internet for further information on the maker. Displays brilliantly; highly-appropriate for any NJ Stoneware or Early Beer enthusiast. See photos for complete details and please consider them as part of the description. Approximate 1-Quart capacity; measures 10-3/4H x 3-3/4W overall with a base diameter of 3-1/2. Relatively heavy; weighs 3lb 3oz!
The item "Antique Stoneware NJ Soda Beer Bottle with Cobalt, Pfannebecker, Paterson, c. 1870" is in sale since Sunday, October 27, 2019.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Antique (Pre-1900)\Beer". The seller is "epackage02" and is located in Hewitt, New Jersey.
This item can be shipped to United States.
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Color: Blue
- Volume: Quart
- Featured Refinements: Stoneware Beer Bottle