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Hi,  I am trying to Identify the bird had seen here and I believe this is a replacement cap to a blue glass salt dome, but not certain as the threads fit perfectly together.  Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.   Also I cannot find any marking on the silverplate, which I'm presuming is silverplate.   There is an opening on the underside of the beak.

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Does the opening under the bill go into the hole above the threads? Does the head screw onto a liquor bottle?  If yes is the answer to my questions, it is a pouring spout for a liquor bottle. It  could also screw onto a walking cane.

Yes the opening does go through.  Note that the bottle holds only about an ounce.    Possibly walking cane, but to me seems a little small for that.  Thanks for your help.

I think Tom meant that it could fit the top of a regular liquor bottle and be used as a spout...like a fifth, or something.  I just wonder about the direction the liquid would take?  You could give it a try.

It looks like a duck, but I am not sure it quacks like a duck.

that is what I thought at first.     Can't quite tell if it is a beak or a bill.  Thank you Molly.

yes, sure lol   it's kind of a strange opening.   oh well thanks so much.

The spout may have screwed onto a liquor or wine bottle, or maybe it originally contained a rubber stopper that fit inside the throat of a bottle.

Head looks like a pheasant to me with a duck bill.

Here's a similar.

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yes it def resembles that.   There are threads inside mine so definitely made to screw on something.  Thanks so much for helping.

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Although it looked like a "Ducraven", I am thinking it is a Raven...with a much too rounded beak.  This is the only one I could find with such a rounded beak.  Yep...raven.  (maybe) ;)

yes looks like that too, especially with the headress.  Thank you Molly.

Molly, FUNNY THOUGHT...Your pic of bird with key in beak:  key to the restroom at a service station...Tom :)

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