The small Minerve profile punch mark is on each collar of the 4 bottles and also on the guilloche-worked base which holds them. That is the mark guaranteeing .950/1000 pure silver, the highest 'sterling' standard in the world. Each flask or 'flacon' is perfect, no chips, no cracks or damage at all, and the same goes for those beautiful facet-cut stoppers. It's a dainty one, not quite 4" tall. Photos show it well (except I can see in the photos I should have polished it and dried the stoppers. It's amazing what shows up in large digital images that isn't readily seen by the naked eye. I'll be sure it's all polished to the AUT standard for our customer, promise.
Excellent condition throughout. Usually these have a chipped stopper, either top or bottom, or perhaps a crack in the narrow neck under the silver collars. In face, usually not all the flasks survive. These are c.1920s, and the silver is machined, a guilloche patterning, typical of that era. Measurements are noted on the photos.
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