I love this little flask - I have had it a long time now and it comes from my own collection - but I am currently having to thin some special pieces to make some more room at home.
This is a stylish mid-century glass flask. I have never seen other advertising whisky (the red lettering is original to the flask and not applied later!). It would probably have been used in a bar to add water to your favourite national tipple!
The glass flasks would have normally had no text printed on it - and used in a 1950s coffee bar as a sugar or milk pourer.
It is in such wonderful condition with no damages as you can from my photographs.
The glass section is marked to the base: Made in England. Hygiene Ware.
It has the pourer section is combined with the handle - and has a slider to open the hole to allow the contents to pour out. This screws off - it is made of a 1950s baby blue hard plastic / bakelite type material.
It measures about 5 inches in height and at the widest point has a diameter of 4 inches.
The lettering of course makes this one special - and it was used to advertise Campbell's Braemar Scotch Whisky. This is printed on both sides.
A great wee piece of mid-century barware or kitchenalia to add to your collection.
The price takes into consideration the rarity of one of these items with its whisky advertising function.