An extremely rare George III Scent Flask made in Birmingham in 1802 by Thomas Willmore.
An extremely rare George III Scent Flask made in Birmingham in 1802 by Thomas Willmore.
An extremely rare George III Scent Flask made in Birmingham in 1802 by Thomas Willmore.
An extremely rare George III Scent Flask made in Birmingham in 1802 by Thomas Willmore.

An extremely rare George III Scent Flask made in Birmingham in 1802 by Thomas Willmore.

1802 Birmingham

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£1,150 gbp
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This very unusual scent bottle is modelled as a drinking flask, with tubular screw on cap and silver stopper. The front and reverse are engraved with a star motif, with central flower head and prick dot borders. The flask is in most excellent condition and is very well marked. Although we knew this design existed, this is the first time we have offered one for sale, such are their rarity.

Length: 1.55 inches, 3.88 cm.
Diameter of the main body: 1.1 inches, 2.75 cm.
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