Fine and early silver hipflask by Charles Rawlings and William Summers, London, 1845.
Fine Early Victorian solid silver hip flask
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A fine quality and heavy gauge silver hip flask dating to the early Victorian period. The flask is of a good size and the base forms a removable cup which has a gilt interior. The flask is of typically plain form but does have a beautifully engraved crest for the Atkins family and the initials ‘JA’. There are a full set of hallmarks for London 1845 and the makers mark is for Charles Rawlings and William Summers. The flask is in excellent usable condition and has a great patina. There are very minor knocks as would be expected. A fine and early example of a hip flask.
Overall sizes in inches:
5 1/2 high
1 1/2 deep
|Dimensions||4 × 7.5 × 14 cm|