This is a white stein a couple manufacturer flaws. There's a little black dot on the inside about two inches from the top of the stein and almost straight across from the handle. The mouth of the stein isn't perfectly round. The looks to be blackish rub marks on the inside bottom. On the bottom of the stein is a green not so clear 9 and a very light 50 imprint on the bottom. The bottom is smooth and has black rub marks on the bottom edges. The picture takes up the majority of the stein. The picture is a picture of what looks like a village of some kind. At the top is Bonis Nocet, Qui Malis Parcit. Under that is Gmunden in Ober Ofterreich. At the bottom, there is more writing. I'm not sure what language it is. When we googled the top writing, it took us to Latin. If you know what it says, then you know more than me. This stein is about 4 1/2" tall with about a 3 15/16" diameter. The mouth of the stein is about 3 1/2" diameter and about an overall width, with handle, of 5 1/2". This stein weighs about 2.2lbs to ship. This stein is ready to hold your favorite liquid.