International Sterling by Watrous sterling silver and two-toned 14k gold flask from the early 20th century in Art Deco style with beautiful, engraved lines adorning the body of the flask. It has a screw top, can contain 3/4 of a pint, measures 7 3/8'' in length by 4 1/2'' in width by 1 1 /8'' in height, and bears hallmarks as shown. Watrous was a silversmith founded in 1896 in Wallingford, Connecticut. Some of its pieces are in museum collections, including the Yale University Art Gallery. At the beginning, the company's principal product was German Silver spoon blanks.
Became part of the International Silver Company, and the company added smaller articles and novelties to their lines. Please feel free to ask us any questions, and please see our other listings, including of other great flasks from a long-time collector.