Next we have the “Spaghetti Arms” owl which can be found as both a pendant and a brooch. The vintage item here is the one with the red tummy. If you look closely at the vintage owl you will notice there are more tiny details in the feathers and the log which is common on the older pieces. Vintage tummies are usually faux gemstones made of acrylic.
Finally we have one of the most common owl pendants out there. This piece comes in many variations. I’ve seen gold and silver versions; rhinestone eyes and flat dangle eyes and some have enamel along the beak, wings and tail. Again size and detail are the key factors. The vintage version is always at least 4” and the original chain will be on the thick side.