Stella Artois is a Belgian Pilsner/lager that's long been established as a household name in England. First introduced in 1926 examples of advertising for Stella Artois are relatively scarce in comparison to a lot of other well-known beers from the period.
This small enamel plaque would've originated in Belgium and dates to the late '70s/early '80s, this was around the time that enamel advertising was losing favour to cheaper mediums which probably accounts for why examples are unusual to find.
This particular sign has the thinner enamel coating that you'd expect from a later production piece, but the colours remain bright and damage is minimal - there's some mottling/discolouring to the background and some light surface scratching towards the bottom middle.
The sign retains it's original mounting holes and can be easily hung using these.
W48 X H41cm