Our pewter flask, inspired by an antique Swiss original, is characterized by a hexagonal body embellished with elegant engravings on each side and a threaded stopper with a handle soldered onto it, just as it would have been the past. It was very common in the past for a wayfarer or a pilgrim to carry a flask for refreshment during his travels. This is exactly why the pewter flasks and canteens, which went everywhere with travelers, were made. This flask is available in two other sizes, a larger version as in art. 358. and smaller as in art. 356. The alloy we use for casting each object is tin, bonded with antimony and copper. The Italian pewter we use meets all EU and US requirements for food safety.