Torquay Tea Caddy Spoon 1930s Souvenir England Tea Scoop Enamel Finial Brass
This is a souvenir tea caddy spoon, tea leaf spoon or tea scoop with an applied enamel shield on the handle for Torquay, England a famous seaside destination.
The brass tea caddy spoon or tea scoop is marked with the maker Peerless, a famous Birmingham foundry and was made in the 1930s.
The tea caddy spoon has a round bowl and measures 3 inches long and the bowl is 1.75 inches in diameter with the applied enamel shield of Torquay which includes a sailing ship on the finial.
The Torquay souvenir tea caddy spoon is in very good +++ used vintage condition.
Tea caddy spoons were small spoons or scoops popularized by the Victorians to lock inside a tea caddy or tea canister with the precious and expensive tea they were used to scoop.