Terra Nova Antarctic Expedition Stainless Steel Flask
Never be without our Royal Museums Greenwich Terra Nova Antarctic Expedition Flask to stay hydrated on the move.
Featuring a bold black print inspired by the emblem of the 1912 British Antarctic Expedition led by Captain Robert F Scott.
Sturdy lightweight stainless steel flask ideal for tea, coffee or hot chocolate on a trip. Or use everyday to keep water cool, and in place of disposable plastic bottles. Insulated, so keeps drinks hot or cold for up to 8 hours.
Hand wash. Not suitable for dishwashers.
Take care when using with hot liquids.
Not suitable for use in a microwave.
Exclusive to Royal Museums Greenwich. Part of the Terra Nova collection, which includes matching carabiner mug and clothing items. Created in response to the new Polar Worlds gallery at the National Maritime Museum.
The official Terra Nova emblem was designed by Edward Wilson, the expedition’s chief scientist and artist and was used on all the officers’ cutlery, dinnerware and on headed notepaper. Examples of artefacts featuring this logo can be seen in the new gallery.+ Read more - Show less