✅ SOLVED Any thoughts on what this might be?

tmac20

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Well, I was metal detecting a field near Ann Arbor Michigan and pulled this out from about 10" deep. No idea what it is so looking for I.D. help.
It is metal attached to stone and appears to have 2 set screw like holes on it. it is 2" tall top to bottom and is 1" wide at the base (Widest).
It is hollow on the inside and about 7/8" deep. Widest diameter of the metal base is also 7/8".
Any help is appreciated!
Thanks all
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I don't know but I found a similar "top" the other day but in pewter.
 
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Very interesting.
Haven't a clue but I'll be checking back on this one...
 
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tmac20

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Thanks for all the responses, I think I may just call this one solved.
It's some sort of household thingamadoodle I guess. The base is more like concrete (Not porcelain) and is flattened, so still a little bit of mystery, but oh well.
Onward.
 
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