This Tunbridgeware Yo-Yo exhibits two different tesserae patterns to either face. It is on a base wood of rosewood. In common with many toys in Tunbridgeware these would have been broken or lost, so although initially quite common are now relatively rare. When unscrewed we can see the brass ferrule that links the two halves which are both marked 14 making the pair. It is quite a large example. It is in lovely condition throughout, and the original lacquered finish and decoration sets it off well. The design dates it to about 1870 and it is attributed to Thomas Barton.