Pocket Flask with 2 Covers

Object Name: 
Pocket Flask with 2 Covers

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Object Name: 
Pocket Flask with 2 Covers
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
65.3.9
Dimensions: 
H: 5 3/4", W: 2 1/2", Th: 1 1/8"
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1800-1850
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass; blown; sewn, stamped, tanned leather. (a) Flattened, ovoid form, with short, cylindrical neck, rounded sides, flat faces; rough pontil mark on the end. (b) Rounded, flattened half-ovoid, of two pieces of leather sewn together, to fit the neck and top half of the flask; three stamped ring patterns on one side, with a border of repeated diamonds at the edge; lined with discolored brown paper. (c) Flattened, half- ovoid form, to fit the lower end of the flask (a); of two pieces of leather, seen together; three stamped ring patterns, as on (b); similar stamped border at the edge; lined with tan paper.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Old Sturbridge Village, Source