D & D Antiques - Antique Silver

Hip Flasks

Below is our current stock of antique silver hip flasks. If you cannot find what you are looking for please get in touch. 

  • Antique Silver Hip Flask. U.240

    A small silver hip flask of curved rectangular shape with a hinged bayonet twist mushroom shaped cap. 4 inches high. 2.7 troy ounces. Made in London 1916 by Brook & Son of George Street Edinburgh. Excellent condition.

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    £240.00
  • Antique Silver Flask. U.226

    An Edwardian rectangular silver hip flask of rounded curved shape with a hinged bayonet twist cap and gilt lined silver cup. 5.5 inches high. 5.6 troy ounces. Made in Sheffield 1905 by James Dixon & Sons. Immaculate condition.

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    £360.00
  • Antique Silver Flask U.201

    A late Victorian oval silver flask with a flat base and hinged bayonet twist cap.  4.6 inches high. Made in Sheffield 1898 by James Dixon & Son. Excellent condition.

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    £270.00
  • Large Asprey Silver Flask. U.109

    A Large Edwardian rectangular silver hip flask of curved shape with a hinged bayonet twist cap. 6 x 4 inches. Hallmarks rubbed, Birmingham circa 1910. Retailed by Aspreys.

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    £320.00
  • Antique silver flask U.94

    A superior quality Edwardian silver hip flask of rectangular curved shape with a hinged bayonet twist mushroom shaped cap, removable gilt lined silver cup.  225 grams. 5.5 inches high. Made in Chester 1910 by Colen Hewer Cheshire. 

    Immaculate condition.

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    £380.00
  • Victorian Silver Flask. U.32

    A Victorian silver hip flask of curved rectangular shape with a hinged bayonet twist cap. 4.8 inches high. 3.69 troy ounces (115 grams.) Made in London 1887 by Sampson Mordan & Co. Excellent condition.

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    £290.00
  • antique Silver Flask U.33

    A superior quality silver flask of rectangular rounded shape with a mushroom shaped  hinged bayonet twist cap. Removeable gilt lined cup. 5.5 inches high. ( 14 cms.) 8 troy ounces (250 grams). Made in Sheffield 1911 by Richard Burbridge for Harrods Stores Ltd. Immaculate condition.

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    £0.00
  • Victorian Silver Flask T.993

    An early Victorian silver spirit flask chased on both sides with foliate scroll-work. Silver cup, screw cap and original silver stopper. 4.7 inches high. Made in Birmingham 1846 by John Tongue. Excellent condition.

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    £480.00
  • Silver Flask T.981

    A silver hip flask of rectangular curved shape with a hinged bayonet twist cap and gilt lined pull off cup. 4.6 inches high. 1/6th. pint capacity. 5.9 troy ounces. Made in Sheffield 1939 by James Dixon & Sons. Immaculate condition

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    £340.00
  • Antique Silver Flask T.907

    An oval late Victorian silver hip flask of curved shape with a hinged bayonet twist mushroom shaped cap and removable gilt lined silver cup. 4.7 inches high. 4 troy ounces. The back engraved with 3 conjoined Gothic initials. Made in Birmingham 1901 by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings Shepherd.  Immaculate condition.

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    £340.00
  • Large Silver Flask T.906

    A large rectangular silver hip flask of curved shape with a hinged bayonet twist cap and  milled edge. 6 inches high. 8.9 troy ounces. Made in Sheffield 1939 by James Dixon and son. Immaculate condition.

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    £350.00
  • Antique Silver Flask T.845

    A large Victorian silver mounted glass flask with a silver screw cap. The upper part covered with a dark tan hide,  gilt lined silver fitted cup.The cap and cup engraved with with a stag's head.  6.4 inches high. The cap clearly hallmarked for Charles Asprey & Charles Asprey Junior. London 1885. The cup by  Thomas Whitehouse on behalf of Aspreys London 1883 and stamped Asprey 166 Bond Street. 2 very minor dents otherwise excellent condition.

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    £350.00