Dandy Leather Bottle Holster for Makers' Mark 200ml Bottle
Dandy Flasks were simple style glass blown bottles that probably went by several names, but the most commonly used name in glass makers catalogs - and by collectors and archaeologists today - is the "Dandy".
The earliest documented mouth-blown Dandy flasks date from the mid to late 1890's and made the leap to post-Prohibition popularity with varieties of this style even in use today. Like with the mouth-blown versions, the most common machine-made sizes continued to be the "pint" and "half pint".
Each of our leather covers is custom designed to fit a 200ml Makers Mark bourbon bottle (not included).
Only 3 available in Saddle and 2 in Thoroughbred