Black and Tan Leather Bound Flask
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- Made in Ireland by the master artisans at Mullingar Pewter, our flask is made of lead-free, tarnish-resistant pewter of the very best quality. Mullingar Pewter employs traditional methods in casting and assembling pieces, and their artisans pay particular attention to the delicate points of hand finishing their products.
Polished to a high shine, our beautiful flask incorporates both the stunning look of sterling silver while maintaining the hardiness of fine pewter. Polished pewter is resistant to tarnish, rust, and corrosion (unlike other metals), so it will keep its shine for years to come.
Bound in a sophisticated, understated black and tan leather and decorated with a classic hand-engraved Celtic trinity knot pattern, our flask is both stylish as well as practical.
Our stunning flask holds six ounces of your favorite beverage, so you have plenty to share with friends and loved ones.
Makes a thoughtful gift for friends and loved ones for just about any special occasion, and sure to make an impressive addition to your collection.
Manufacturer: Mullingar Pewter
If you’re looking for a distinguished, refined way to store and carry your favorite Irish whiskey, then our Black and Tan Leather Bound Flask is just the ticket. Combining sophisticated leatherwork with stunning Mullingar Pewter, our flask is both a lovely and practical work of art. Made in Ireland by the master artisans at Mullingar Pewter, you know you’re getting the very best in quality. Our flask is crafted from lead-free, tarnish-resistant pewter of the very highest quality, a perfect vessel for your favorite spirits. Mullingar Pewter has a stellar reputation in the industry for creating the very best in their designs, both in their hand-engraved patterns and their clear, beautiful polished pewter work. Our flask is bound in a classic black and tan leather pattern, and accented with a hand-engraved Celtic Trinity Knot Pattern, inspired by Celtic artwork and illuminated manuscripts. Both practical and elegantly beautiful, you will love this stately addition to your drinkware collection. It also makes a splendid gift for just about any special occasion—birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, or just because! Pewter Pewter is a metal alloy that has been in use for centuries--you can find examples of it in museums that date back to Ancient Egypt and Rome, and Celtic artwork as well. In the Middle Ages it was used in churches and the homes of the wealthy, and over time it became more readily available, commonly used in taverns and for kitchenware. Now, it is considered a precious metal, and is fourth in line behind platinum, gold, and silver. It is popular among jewelry makers for its versatility and durability. The history of Irish pewter goes back at least 800 years, with early craftsmen producing items for domestic use (like plates, goblets, and candlesticks). In the 18th and 19th centuries, with the rising popularity of materials like pottery, porcelain, and glass, pewter’s use declined. It has seen a more recent revival of its former glory (and Mullingar is intrinsic to this revival). Originally, pewter was made from a blend of lead and tin. Today’s pewter is now lead-free, made from a blend of tin, copper, and antimony, and safe for a variety of everyday uses. Part of what makes pewter a great material for household items is its resistance to tarnishing. While other precious metals, like silver, are subject to tarnish and need constant care and upkeep, pewter is a metal of a different resilience. Polished pewter has a highly reflective surface much like sterling silver, and if it is used for decorative purposes, it will easily retain that highly polished sheen. Mullingar Pewter In 1974, Mullingar Pewter revived the ancient craft of Irish pewter, thanks to the dedication of Paddy Collins. Paddy’s son Peter now runs the business, and it employs local artisans from the town of Mullingar in County Westmeath. The company employs highly skilled artisans who are specially trained in the old-fashioned casting methods and produce their pieces in the traditional method. The company applies the highest standards of design and quality in every piece they produce and have received worldwide recognition for their finest grade pewter. Trinity Knots Celtic knots are distinctive symbols, perhaps some of the most recognizable artwork in Celtic history. The knots have been a part of Celtic and Irish artwork for centuries; they first started appearing in history around 450 A.D. There are many possible meanings for the knots--many related to the knots’ endless nature. In the pattern, there is no discernible beginning or ending, which is sometimes said to be a reflection of the timeless nature of the spirit, an uninterrupted life cycle, and the infinite cycle of birth and rebirth in both the physical and spiritual realms. In ancient times, gifts adorned with these mystic knots often bestowed best wishes for longevity of luck with new endeavors--perfect for a housewarming, wedding, or other special occasion.
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