Our Fine Collection of Antique Silver, Sterling Silver, Silver Plate and Cut Glass Hip Flasks
A superb original condition silver and crocodile skin hip flask by James Dixon & Son with a screw down bayonet fitting cap and detachable cup. The crocodile skin is in perfect condition. The flask holds 7 fluid ounces. In very good original condition. (1922).
A Victorian silver hip flask in an oval form with a crested screw top, glass body, detachable fully hall marked and crested cup. Holds 4 fluid ounces. In very good original condition. (1875).
A very nice quality 1930 silver plate and leather crocodile 3 fl oz hip flask with bayonet style screw down lid and detachable cup. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1930).
A very good quality 7 fl oz silver plated engine turned hip flask with a curved angled body, an empty cartouch and locking bayonet style cap. In very good original silver plated condition. (c.1950).
A large 16 fl oz Edwardian silver plate and crocodile leather hip flask wih a bayonet style hinged lid and detachable cup. In very good original condition. (c.1910).
A very smart and good quality rectangular silver hip flask with a bayonet style top and plain body. Holds 4 fl oz. In very good condition. (1944).
An impressive large crocodile and silver plated hip flask with a bayonet screw lid and a removable drinking cup. The top half of the body is covered with brown crocodile leather. In good original condition. (c.1920).
A good quality charming Early Victorian 5 fl oz silver hip flask in a rounded rectangular form with a plain body, screw top and engraved family crest. (1859).
A very smart large antique Edwardian silver and glass 9 fl oz hip flask with a plain bayonet fitting hinged lid. The clear glass bottle has beautiful cut panels and facit cut shoulders. In very good condition. (1903).