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A elderly friend of mine shows me these two photos on his phone .
He has had this American Indian ornament for several decades and has no idea of its original purpose or from what it was originally fitted to.
It is photographed sitting on a standard size house brick .
We are also unsure if painted colors are original .
I have tried using the photo on google lens app and the internet , and it comes up with suggestions of all kinds from bonnet / hood / radiator ornament to book ends for bookshelf to ornament on doorstop.
Im thinking if it was doorstop and you accidently kicked it bare foot you see Red ! & that would definitley send smoke signals from your ears !
I am suspecting it could be automotive related but open to suggestions please.
Using google lens i was hoping for a same same image result but not to be .
Very interesting and looks collectible. I also thought Google lens.
It looks heavy, for a reason, and with that screw head perhaps it was attached to something like a bookend, eg it screwed to a back plate.
Maybe it is the “top” missing from a metal rod of some sort which makes more sense, as it has a thread.
It could be absolutely anything, but keep searching.
Look through eBay https://www.ebay.com/itm/175237521767
If I find anything else I will let you know.
Id say it has something to do with savage arms who are gun makers in the US of A. They used a Indian head in a lot of their early advertising . Cheers.
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