This is a faux bark covered bottle with an aluminum top. It's decorated on the front with an image of a flapper gazing into a hand mirror. Where I found it, how much I paid for it, I can no longer recall. It's been in my posession for so darn long.
Quite an odd piece really. I think that the whole rustic bark, camp thing was popular way back when. The 20s-40s? If anyone can shed an additonal light on this subject I would greatly appreciate it. I'm assuming that it was some souvenir thingy meant to hold booze. Perhaps from the Midwest? Some long ago camp?A prohibition era flask?