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Unusual 19th Century Globular Flask

This delightfully tactile object is somewhat of a mystery. I am unsure whether it is for powder or liquids. It has a brass, screw lid which seals tightly. The flask itself is made out of a base metal (which has some slight rubbing/surface scratching from use). The handle works on a swing hinge, which is in tight condition.

An unusual object which is very tactile. It is of some considerable age - I would imagine late 19th Century

3.5 x 3 x 2"

250G

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