"The weight of it indicates it's a counter weight for something of similar weight, such as a garage door, a bay door, a floating dock (to prevent sway), pull down steps in an attic. Maybe from some antique machinery. Most counter weights came in…"
"Beer commercial. I've seen it 2-3 times in past 2 weeks. On during NFL football games. In the commercial it briefly shows a lady and on the shelf behind her are 6-8 metal owls just like yours. I tried to find a link to it but…"
"I believe it is a clock weight, designed for a kind of wall clock (sometimes also seen in a grandfather-type case) called a Morbier or Comtoise clock, made in France from the 17th through early 20th centuries. The material is cast iron."
"Hit it with a magnet, bet it sticks! Tin doesn't rust, but sheet steel does.
Owls like that have been made for years and are still being made now. They're placed on roof tops or ledges to keep pigeons away. Makes great lawn and…"
hi - been looking through groups - we have so many that need moderating, if you have time start going through them, where the moderator has not been active in a while or where there is none let me know, i know victorian era, art deco, disco decades, collectable sea shells, facebook, antiquities from around the world are quiet - let me know you can do 2 if you have time