Crocodile-wrapped, sterling silver whisky flask. Silver drinking cup with a gilded interior removes for convenience. Bayonet hinge top cap. Hallmarks: James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1922. 2 3/4" W., 5" H.
Nice quality sterling silver flask funnel. Classic design made by the Durgin Silver Co. of Rhode Island, circa 1930's. 2 1/8" W., 2 1/2" L.
Heavy sterling silver Edwardian whisky flask. Desirable, discreet size is fitted with a removable drinking cup, gilded within. Top cap has a bayonet hinge to keep cap in place. Curved form on one side for comfortable fit in a hip or breast pocket. Hallmarks: Marples & Beasly, Chester 1906. 2 1/4" W., 4" H.
Handsome silvered whisky flask covered with crocodile. Convenient drinking cup slips off bottom. Top cap has a bayonet hinge to stay in place upon opening. Made by the Daniel & Arter workshop in Birmingham circa 1910. 3" W., 5" H.
Whisky flask in the form of an antique leather-bound book. Embossed with gilded title, "A Pleasant Surprise." Realistically fashioned as an actual book with detail of pages upon sides. Top corner pivots off to reveal pour spout. Ideally suited for a writer as well as a collector of rare flasks. Made by James Dixon & Sons in Sheffield circa 1922. Dimensions: 7 1/2" H., 5 1/2" W., 1 1/2" D.
Leather-wrapped, sterling silver whisky flask. Silver drinking cup removes for convenience; gilded within. Practical bayonet-hinge top cap. Desirable, discreet size. Hallmarks: James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1936. 2 1/2" W., 4 1/2" H.
English silvered whisky flask wrapped in leather. The 3/8-pint flask has a removable drinking cup that is gilded within. A bayonet-hinge cap completes the practical design. Made in England circa 1910. 3 3/4" W., 6" H.
Leather-covered whisky flask with a hinged bayonet cap. Silver drinking cup is gilded within. Made by James Dixon & Sons in Sheffield, circa 1910. 3 1/8" W., 5" H.
Silvered whisky flask with an engined panel design. Made in Sheffield by James Dixon & Sons, known for their fine spirits accessories, circa 1940s. 3 1/8" W., 4 3/4" L.
High Art Deco whisky flask. Bold angular form has a central engine-turned panel with a geometric Art Deco lozenge. Made by James Dixon & Sons in Sheffield circa 1930's. The workshop, established in 1806, is known for their creation of fine drinking accessories. 6 1/8" H., 4" W.
English sterling silver mounted cut crystal flask. Convenient detachable drinking cup is gilded within. Hallmark upon cup and cap: Thomas Jones Watson, London 1930. 2 7/8" W., 5 1/2" H.
Lovely classic antique English sterling silver whisky flask. Contoured on one side to fit comfortably in a hip or breast pocket. A whimsical hand-engraved little man holding a hat in one hand and walking stick in the other is found on the lower right corner. "Uxbridge!" (a town in West London) engraved beneath. Hallmarks: Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1913. 2 3/8" W., 4 1/2" H.
Cut crystal flask mounted with a removable drinking cup. The cup is extensively hand-chased with complementing chased detail upon the cap. Lovely Victorian design. Marks by Philip Ashberry in Sheffield circa 1880. Dimensions: 2 3/4" W., 5" H.
Stunning quality and design. Elaborately cut crystal flask with birds and flowers upon stylized branches. A tortoise mounted bayonet cap at its top. Sterling silver mounts are completely gilded. Hallmarks: D.C.Bros., London 1932. Dimensions: 2 1/2" W., 4 3/4" H.
Unusual form. Lower portion is covered in leather while the removable drinking cup completely covers the top opening with its screw off cap. Quite nice heavy quality flask. Made in Sheffield by James Dixon & Sons circa 1910. 3 1/2"w, 6 1/2"h.