Description from Kaufmann Mercantile
Handmade Pewter Flask (4 oz. & 6 oz.)
Pocket-sized 4- or 6-ounce flask with a captive screw top. Bright polished pewter doesn’t taint the sweet taste of booze. Handmade in Sheffield, England.
Truthfully, a flask isnt about discretion. If you really need to disguise your drinking, fill up a can of Pepsi with rum (and dont forget your fake ID at home).
A flask is subtle, but its an assertion nonetheless that theres nothing salacious or vulgar about a few sips of drink. Take out a flask and everyone knows whats in there, but it also says that you take alcohol seriously, as something meant to be enjoyed and passed around.
These flasks are made in the traditional steel-producing city of Sheffield, England. Arthur Richard Wentworth, a pewtersmith, founded the company in 1949. Because pewter is part of Sheffields steel-making heritage, these flasks are stamped with seals of authenticity and association: the coat of arms of Sheffield, minimum tin content (92%), the Pewter Craftsmen trade guild stamp, and Wentworths initials.
The Wentworth flask is compact enough to fit in a coat pocket or a handbag, but the curved shape makes it nicely suited for the breast pocket of a sport coat. Looks especially dapper in the hands of a groomsman. The flask comes in two sizes: 4 or 6 ounces.
- 4 fl oz (118 ml) flask
- 6 fl oz (177 ml) flask
Material : Polished Pewter
- 4 fl oz: H 3.74” x W 3.14” x D 0.79” (H 95 mm x W 80 mm x D 20 mm)
- 6 fl oz: H 4.33” x W 3.35” x D 0.98” (H 110 mm x W 85 mm x D 25 mm)
Made In Handmade in Sheffield, England