A large, Edwardian, superior solid silver Hip Flask in lovely plain polished silver form, the only engraving being a monogram on the front (see images) and hallmarks. The shape is a slightly concave shape (designed this way for ease of holding in the hand). The lid is hinged and twists to open, remaining attached by a hinge. It opens and closes perfectly. The base of the flask pulls off and acts as a cover (see images). On the front of the flask are the full clear hallmarks for the Chester Assay office with a date mark for 1903 and Lion Passant indicating the finest sterling silver. The silver maker's mark is also visible for the renowned silver maker: William Neale. Partial marks are also visible on the lower half of the flask.
A superb item, fabulous as a gift for any occasion!
Condition: In super collector's condition. (There is a tiny impression to one side of the flask, which is not noticeable unless examined very closely which we mention for complete accuracy).
Hallmarks: Chester 1903 by William Neale.
Height: 13 cm Width: 8.5 cm Depth: 3.3 cm
Weight: 205 grams (a good heavy gauge).
Weights and measurements are approximate.