Need help to ID..

VintageHeart

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Good morning, found this brass relic yesterday at a very old cellar hole site. The site dates back to early 1800's as per old maps and history of area. The cellar hole is a depression in ground, and has stones, fallen chimney stack, etc. I could not stay long to dig at site but I was lucky enough to find this brass ring, about 6 inches down. I think it may be a curtain rod bracket? If any of you know what it is, I would appreciate your help and thank you!

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smokeythecat

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One thing to note, the better made they are the more recent in time they date from. The 18th century ones tend to be quite crude.
 

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Very nice rein guide find, congrats! :occasion14:
 

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