This is an ornate Brass Key Hole Escutcheon with Cornucopia (a symbol of plenty consisting of a goat's horn overflowing with flowers, fruit, and/or corn). The symmetrical design is composed of two large cornucopia decorated with dots, leaves and side swirls; filled with flowers; and surrounded by sheaves of wheat and long stemmed flowers. The sculpting is well defined and the surface is lightly textured. The escutcheon measures 3.5" high by 3.25" wide with a 1" high keyhole. There are three 2mm in diameter holes for attachment: one in the center of each of the bouquets of flowers and one about 0.375" from the bottom of the center of the plate. The back is darkened and slightly greened. Maker and age are unknown. This Brass Key Hole Escutcheon with Cornucopia is in Very Good condition with no wear or damage on the front.