8oz Hip Flask, Celtic Wire Features: * Ideal for those cold days to share and enjoy a whisky nip. * Made in the UK from lead-free pewter * World renowned pewter manufacturers * Leak-proof...
8oz Hip Flask, Celtic Wire Features: * Ideal for those cold days to share and enjoy a whisky nip. * Made in the UK from lead-free pewter * World renowned pewter manufacturers * Leak-proof screw top with optional captive top * Comes in gift box This beautiful Hip Flask in Pewter is manufactured to the highest quality, which makes it an ideal gift you can buy for any occasion or a treat for yourself. Every Edwin Blyde product comes in gift box. Each Hip flask comes with a decorated or plain section which can be engraved on. Large or small, each flask can be easily stored in your hand bag, jacket or in the back pocket for a quality Scottish whisky nip for yourself, or you can share with friends on a cold winters day or just to enjoy a quality whisky nip. Pewter product make an ideal gifts for the following events, Christening, Weddings, as Trophies, 18th Birthdays, 21st Birthdays, and many more. The craftspeople employed over the years have been of the highest standard, coming from the days when steam power and belt driven motors were used, when candle and oil were the only means of light. Through the torrid times of world wars thankfully to the up to date amenities of the present day, our craftspeople are still here. Edwin Blyde and its employees are proud to be part of this long history and tradition. And to this day they produce some of the finest Pewter items such as 1pt Tankard, Half pint Tankard, Salvers, Letter Openers, Money Box, Hip Flasks, Trinket boxes, Pewter Goblets and Flutes, plus many special items. Edwin Blyde produce some of the most beautiful Pewter items currently made. The manufacturing of Pewter and its history goes back to the 14th century, Little has changed in the making process, but standards and designs have evolved to the 21st century. The history of Edwin Blyde: Edwin Blyde & co. Ltd whose history goes back as far as the 18th century, has over the years manufactured many of the traditional items associated with Sheffield.