It seems only fitting that the British women of the voting rights Suffragette movement in the early 1900s would need a little nip now and then. This Victorian sterling silver miniature flask was just the thing to wear around the neck for spirits and their fighting spirit.
The flask measures just 2 1/2 by 3 inches. The top has a long screw neck on it to insure that the contents stay inside. There's a loop on the top to hang from a neck chain, chatelaine, or a man's watch chain.
This flask has the hallmarks of Henry Charles Freeman - Birmingham England - 1911. The flask weighs 31 grams. There are a couple of dings around the edge but they don't show from front or back. This fine little flask is in excellent antique condition.
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