Rare Small Unger Brothers Sterling Silver Indian Chief Flask

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For your consideration is a Rare Sterling Silver Relief Indian Chief Flask by Unger Brothers with stunning detailed workmanship. The neck is impressed with the Unger Brothers hallmark, sterling 925 fine and another Unger Brothers hallmark. This piece is part of the very sought after Indian Chief collection created by Unger Brothers in the early 1900's.

Condition: Wear throughout consistent with age and use. A lovely aged patina. The tops mechanism works remarkably well and closes tightly. The hinge also works well and is tight with a tiny amount of play. There is a visible shallow dent on the very bottom of the piece that is hard to detect initially as the area is curved. The top has a small dent to the outer edge. There is also an elongated dent that runs along the seam about an inch and a quarter long on one side. These are mentioned for accuracy and do not detract from the beauty of the piece.

Measures approximately 4 3/8 inches tall by 2 3/4 inches wide by 1 3/8 inches deep. Weighs approximately 2.36 Troy ounces.

The Unger Brothers Company, located in Newark NJ, were manufacturers of fine silver from 1872-1914. They are best known as manufactures of art Nouveau sterling silver. Their lines included jewelry, flatware, smoking accessories, dresser and desk sets and much more.

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