A large (larger than usual, certainly) English Pottery Flask with Molded Pratt Decoration of a man smoking a pipe (same molding on both sides of the flask). There is a molded leaf border (almost like a frame) and the molding is clear enough that you can see the smoke escaping from the man’s mouth. Very strong colors. 8” tall and about 5 ½” across in the mid-section; the base is 3 ½” x 2 ¼”. The flask is in very fine condition: the molding is crisp and the enameling complete. There is no damage, but there is a stone ping (from the kiln) and a short (3/4”) firing line on side by the neck (it does not go very deep and certainly does not threaten the integrity of the flask. Clean and probably usable if you were so inclined!