Stock Number: HSSF1899
This stunning antique flask by silversmith Edward J Carnelly was skilfully made in 1891 using a section of bovine horn and has hallmarked silver fittings to the bottom rim and top.
This beautiful quality flask has a detachable silver stirrup cup, a glass bottom, is nicely monogrammed to the stirrup cup with A.A.C and holds 8 fl oz.
A rare and unusual antique flask that is over 130 years old and would make a wonderful gift.
Material: Bovine horn. Solid Silver. Glass.
Maker: Edward J Carnelly.
Hallmarks: Fully hallmarked for silver. Anchor for Birmingham. Makers mark E.J.C for Edward J Carnelly. Date letter r for 1891. Fully hallmarked to the bottom rim and cup.
Dimensions: 5.5 cm (2") Width at widest part. 24 cm (9 1/2") Height.
Holds: 8 fl oz (230 ml approx).
Total weight: 198 grams.
Condition: Very good used antique condition with light signs of use in keeping with age. No splits, holes or breaks. Some shallow bruises to the cup. Inside of cup is nice and clean. New seal has been fitted so seals well with no leaks. Please see pictures.
Please note that only the flask is included and any other items in the pictures are for scale only.
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