Pullman Gallery

Grand-scale hip flasks

Reference: 5722,5512,5551,5727,5523

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M. AASE of Bergen, Norway (1876-1953): a very stylish all-silver hip flask of grand proportions, with a removable drinking cup to the lower half, the flask with central decorative monogram, and bayonet cap. Marked to the base, M.AASE 330 S. Norwegian, circa 1920s.

Height overall: 9 inches (23 cm).

Price Code: ££

Jack Hing: a very stylish Art Deco Sterling silver hip flask of conventional form with hinged, bayonet cap, with a fine martelé finish panel to the front, applied with details of bamboo leaves, with a central vacant cartouche. Made in Shanghai, circa mid 1930s, and stamped JACK HING and 90% SILVER to the base.

Height overall: 6 inches (15 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

Dunhill, London: a very large silver-plated hip flask of 1¾ pint capacity, with bayonet fitting, cork-lined cap with stylish and unusual ribbing to the length of the body and over the shoulders of the flask. Stamped DUNHILL LONDON to the base and bearing registration marks. English, circa 1920s.

Height: 9½ inches (24 cm).

Price Code: SOLD

James Dixon and Sons: an extraordinarily large silver-plated hip flask, unusual in that its appearance looks double-ended, with a removable drinking cup to the top, revealing a screw-fitting cap. Bearing makers marks for James Dixon and Sons, and SHEFFIELD. English, circa 1930s.

Height overall: 8 inches (20 cm).

Price Code: ££

Asprey and Co: a fine leather-bound large glass hip flask with screw-cap and removable drinking cup to the lower section, stamped ASPREY LONDON 166 to the underside. English, circa 1930s.

Height: 8 inches (20 cm) overall.

Price Code: ££

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