Tea Caddy Spoon York Crossed Keys Mitre 1890s Brass Victorian Souvenir
This is a 1890-1910s souvenir brass tea caddy spoon or tea caddy scoop for the famous northern cathedral town of York, England featuring the city's distinctive crossed keys and Bishop's mitre symbol.
The brass souvenir tea caddy spoon measures 3 inches long with 1.75 in diameter bowl and has mitre topped shield with crown and crossed keys in high relief.
The caddy spoon also has the hand applied tongue fitting on the back indicative of the late Victorian or Edwardian tea caddy spoons.
The tea caddy spoon or tea caddy scoop is in very good +++ used vintage condition.
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