Russian Beer mug

USSR Beer Mugs

Beer and kvass mugs (1917 – 1991 years), not souvenir

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Beer mug. Side view.
  • # 128 #
    Chernyatinsky glass factory.

    Zhamchiki 0.25 ChSZ cartouche
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  • Mugs at this plant were produced in the late 80s, early 90s. The stigma was not set. They differed from the similar SAZ form, the diameter of the mug noticeably increased to the top and the number of facets - 16 versus 14 SAZ. Opposite the handle is a clean cartouche.
    Weight - 420 grams
    Height - 110 mm
    Top diameter - 75 mm
    Bottom diameter - 62 mm


This mug was issued after the USSR collapse. And it shouldn’t have to go directly to the catalog. But as one of the catalog’s moderators says, “Interesting in terms of form development.” Mugs of this type were produced at two glassworks; both of them no longer work.

From my point of view, in the near future beer mugs will definitely not be produced. Distinctive features - a cartouche. Although a cartouche this can also be called only conditionally. There is no pattern on the side surface opposite the handle.

Nothing like this for a given volume and a given form, we no longer meet. Although in the volume of 0.5 liters at about the same time, they are produced both at Chernyatinsky and Artyomovsky. As with clean and with the logos of the breweries.

In this volume, we have so far met only with a clean cartouche. Most likely, this volume remained unclaimed.


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