Silver "Bowls" teaspoon, 1933.
The finial disc features a bowls player playing bowls.
The spoon has a twisted stem.
The spoon bowl and back are plain.
Fully hallmarked for Birmingham, 1933 and maker Robert Pringle.
The silver finial disc also bears the lion rampant hallmark to indicate it is also solid silver.
Robert Pringle and Sons actually worked out of Clerkenwell Road, London EC1.
The spoon measures 11.5 cm (4.5") long. The disc finial has a diameter of 1.75 cm (.6").
The spoon weighs 7 grams.
All measurements are approximate.
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