Portable ear scoop and toothpick in the form of a fish; hand embossed.
Consisting of a shaft, one terminal of which flares into a small scoop, the other ends in a sharp tapering point. Most probably functioning as an ear scoop/toothpick.
The mark is classified under Budapest, but Ã“buda and Pest merged in 1873. This mark is 1831.
Besides, there is ``OB`` in the mark; is it Ã“buda?(The Ã“buda guild is much older than Pest, but never mentioned separately).
At the top is Magyar Szent Korona - The Holy Crown of Hungary.The cross was knocked crooked in the 17th century but to the left.As seen in this mark it slants to the right.I have glass beakers with enameled and gilded decor made in early 19th century with the cross always tilting to the left.They did take care of the exact position of the cross.On the other hand,there is no other crown with the cross like this,so it has to be Magyar Szent Korona.