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6oz English Pewter Victorian Stamped Hip Flask with with Captive Top - Brass Plate (tsf673ct)

6oz English Pewter Victorian Stamped Hip Flask with with Captive Top - Brass Plate (tsf673ct)

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Regular Price: £49.95

Special Price £42.46

Product code: tsf673ct

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6oz English Pewter Victorian Stamped Hip Flask with with Captive Top - Brass Plate (tsf673ct)
 

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Regular Price: £49.95

Special Price £42.46

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6oz English Pewter Victorian Stamped Hip Flask with with Captive Top - Brass Plate (tsf673ct)

Hand Made in Sheffield

Gift Boxed with Drawstring Pouch and funnel for filling.

A traditional hand made English Pewter Hip Flask.

Pewter is an alloy of Tin (90%+) antimony and copper and has been used for making drinking vessels since the time of the Pharaohs

Pewter is a beautiful material which almost has a life of its own.

In hand made pewter you can almost see a grain from the ancient moulds still used to form these flasks

Pewter also ages wonderfully the bright shiny surface dulls down over the years into a soft warm grey.

Dimensions: 85 x 130mm
Holds 6 Fluid Ounces (approx 170ml)

Free Engraving (Please select by ticking the box above):
Reverse: up to 70 Characters
Front: up to 70 Characters (30 on Brass Plate)

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In Stock - Usually dispatched in 24 hours.
This Item can usually be engraved & delivered on the next working day in the UK

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specs Dimensions: 85 x 130mm Holds 6 Fluid Ounces (approx 170ml)
Capacity 6oz
engraveable Yes

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