Hi, The scale with 925 is Common Control Mark since 1972 (Ireland was a signatory). The maker`s mark is obviously capital Alfa and cursive Delta of Greek alphabet.Cyprus was a signatory of international convention, Greece was not,so my guess it must have been made in Cyprus,being the only country beside Greece where Hellenic alphabet is used. Regards
I could be wrong as the picture is a bit blurry but to the extreme right of the sponsor mark is a Dutch small works sword mark indicating .833 minimum fineness and at the tip of the sword a key mark indicating the item was exported.
I am probably absolutely wrong but until I see a clearer picture of the mark I think maybe a sword, I wouldn't outright dismiss it. In my line of work, I come across a lot of small silver jewelry articles and I have seen enough of them to know that there was a time when the Netherlands produced a lot of small jewelry for export, particularly silver charms. And they weren't all windmills and clogs. They would often be German or English themed tourist items.