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Just the coolest thing I have come across in a while. This owl head is molded brass (hollow back side). The detail is incredible - he's friendly looking don't you think? I have no idea what these were originally used for - they do have some notches cut into the back side of the ears, like they were supposed to attach to something else perhaps. I am thinking they might have been attached to the corners of picture frames or furniture knobs. . . just a guess. I am fairly sure they are from the turn of the last century. If you know what they were used for, please convo me so I can tell everyone else!

These would be perfect for assemblage art, jewelry making, or even mixed media. I would think you could also mold clay or wax with these to make your own owls! Hoot-hoot!

Measures 2 inches across x 1.5 inches tall. The photo of the backs (third one) are tricky to see that the owls are hollow - it's doing that optical illusion thing. If you want me to send you added photos, please just convo, and I'll send them right away.

This listing is for three and free shipping - thanks!



  • Vintage Supply from the 1910s
  • Material: brass
  • Feedback: 151 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Ohio, United States.