Celtic Pewter Hip Flasks

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Celtic pewter hip flasks really stand out in the crowd. The artful modern and classic Celtic designs on a shiny pewter hip flask are something that can be treasured for many years to come. Celtic designs have been found throughout history and are widely used in artwork such as tattoos, jewellery, clothing, home decoration and now hip flasks.

The simple yet effective Celtic designs use knotwork, lettering, key patterns, as well as human and animal forms (also known as zoomorphics). Modern Celtic artwork often include patterns that use such inspiration as dragons, birds or snakes as well as spirals and crosses.

Although the Celts were responsible for the emergence of Celtic art throughout Europe many thousands of years ago we here in the British Isle started to revive this form of Art in about the 18th Century giving our own twist to the original Celtic art.

Celtic art still has a big influence with pagans, hippies and people who like the sometimes mysterious patterns and artwork. Our pewter Celtic hip flasks are a testament to the resurgence in the popularity of Celtic designs. Pewter and Celtic designs really go so very well together, you’ll see from the designs we have that the artwork jumps off the pewter hip flasks providing you with a beautiful gift that is sure to stand the test of time.

The artwork on our Celtic pewter hip flasks are finished in several different ways; we have rolled designs, these Celtic patterns are rolled on to the hip flask using a roller which has the pattern attached, this creates a deep pattern which makes the artwork come to life out of the flask. We also have Celtic inserts, these are where a different coloured metal is inserted into the face of the pewter hip flask, this creates a two toned effect.

Our Celtic pewter hip flasks come with and without the captive top option so you have the option to go with either the traditional look hip flask which we think goes well with the Celtic designs or you can take a more modern approach and go with the captive arm which safe guards your cap from being lost.