This is a striking British horse riding flask, made of glass and silver. The traditional riding flask is presented with its original leather case. This flask case is engraved with the original owner's initials, J.L.M. The flask would have been used on fox hunts, most likely in the United Kingdom. Based on the style, the flask dates to 1900-1930. Traditionally, women's flasks were small enough to fit into their silver sandwich boxes while men's were larger and carried separately.
This beautifully preserved riding flask is in very good condition, especially considering age. There is minimal tarnish or discoloration, as well as very few scuff marks. Leather case has some wear, as to be expected with frequent use.
Dimensions: 10" H x 2 3/4" W.
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