Chrome Tea Caddy Spoon 4 O Clock Bowl Teapot Finial 1950s Ingleton Enamel
This is a figural chrome tea caddy spoon or tea scoop that is a souvenir of Ingleton, England with a teapot shaped finial with an enamel shield for Ingleton in North Yorkshire and a bowl that is engraved with the face of a clock set at 4 o'clock, tea time!
The chrome and enamel tea caddy spoon measures 3 inches high over all by 2 inches wide at the finial and the bowl 1.75 inches in diameter, and 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.
They were also a favorite travel souvenir from Victorian times on.
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