An early 20th-Century English and leather liquor flask. The pewter is chased with a nice pattern. The bottom is removable and can be used as a drinking cup. There is a window in the leather to allow the contents to be viewed. It has a screw cap top. The flask is water tight and functional as well as lovely to display. We estimate the age to be circa 1930, Edwardian. It has a not-so-common ovoid shape.
Dimensions: 3.75"W x 1.5"D x 5.75"H
Condition: very good, light wear
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