This Salzburg mug carries a touch of history and charm with its elegant design and distinctive markings. It showcases the artistry of Czechoslovakian porcelain.
The word "Czechoslovakia" is stamped on the bottom of the mug, indicating its production during the era when Czechoslovakia existed as a country, typically between 1918 and 1992. Directly above it, a regal crown, representing the royal warrant. And below the crown, the letter "D" is neatly stamped, signifying the renowned Duchcov or Duxer Porzellanmanufaktur, a celebrated porcelain manufacturer based in Duchcov, Czechoslovakia.
Its Salzburg theme is beautifully illustrated through scenic imagery, capturing the essence of the historic Austrian city with iconic landmarks such as Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mirabell Palace, or the stunning Salzach River winding through the picturesque landscape. The imagery appears to be a transfer-printed onto the mug's surface.
The mug is in excellent condition (no chips or cracks or wear to the image or gold rim).
Approxiamte Dimensions: 3.5"T x 4.5"W (lip to handle) x 3.25"D