Christopher Clarke (Antiques) Limited

Large Hip Flask By Dixon (c. 1900 England)

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Leather, EPBM, Glass


James Dixon & Sons

Width 4.50inch wide [11.43 cm wide]
Height 7.50inch high [19.05 cm high]
Depth 2.00inch deep [5.08 cm deep]


Good. Minor wear to leather at seam.

Description / Expertise

A large sized electroplated Britannia metal and pigskin leather Hip Flask. The flask has James Dixon & Sons’ famous trumpet and banner logo to one side of the neck and JD&S to the other. The underside of the cup is marked 1 Pt., JD&S with logo, EPBM, Made In England and 587EA. The top has a standard bayonet fitting to allow the cork lined cap to open on a half twist. Dixons of Sheffield were market leaders with a very large factory by the turn of 1900. They produced a wide range of items but Hip Flasks were a strong line of their stock. They wholesaled to a number of well-known companies and also retailed their goods. This flask, at 1 pint can be considered large compared to most on the market. Circa 1900.


gbp 345.00 (Pound Sterling)