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Also called a “feldflasche.” Commonly used by Hessian and other eastern European troops during the 18th century. When it comes to accuracy, the proof is in the details. Painstakingly reproduced using period-correct techniques, including true lap seams (as opposed to rolled and hidden rolled seams). Holds about 2 quarts. The stopper is actually a small drinking cup. Adjustable leather strap with brass buckle. USA-made by tinsmith Dennis Kutch, with heavy-gauge hot-dipped tin and lead-free solder ­— so you know exactly what you’re getting (as opposed to many imported versions).