Copper Hen Wearing Glasses Weathervane - Handmade in USA
Introducing the Hen Wearing Glasses Weathervane - a delightful addition to your cupola, shed, garage or barn! Picture this: as the wind shifts, watch in amazement as this charming hen with glasses rotates gracefully atop your outdoor structure. Made of durable metal and finished with weather-resistant paint, it adds a whimsical touch to any garden decor. The vibrant colors and intricate detailing make it a standout piece that will bring joy to all who see it. Whether you're an animal lover, a gardening enthusiast, or simply appreciate unique design, this weathervane is sure to impress.
Not only does the Hen Wearing Glasses Weathervane serve as a functional tool for determining wind direction, but it also enhances the aesthetic appeal of any outdoor space. Its eye-catching design sparks conversation and brings a touch of personality to your property. Imagine hosting gatherings in your garden or backyard and having guests marvel at this unexpected yet endearing feature! Plus, its sturdy construction means you can enjoy its charm for years to come without worrying about weather-induced wear and tear.
Hen Wearing Glasses Weathervane Specifications
This copper weathervane is made by hand hammering, cutting, forming and shaping copper into a weathervane. We use 16 ounce 24-gauge copper to form this beautiful artwork.
Each of our weathervanes are balanced so they will point into the wind to show wind direction. If you have wind from the north, the weathervane will be pointing north into the wind. It is important to note that trees, heavy brush and buildings can obstruct the direction of the wind hitting the weathervane.
This weathervane purchase includes: weathervane figure, copper spacer balls, brass directionals, rod with ring.
Weathervane Directionals: 18”L with 3” Lettering
Weathervane Figure: 28"L X 23"H
Add approx. 10" to height for spacer balls and directionals
Weathervane mounts and cupolas are sold separately
Since we use real copper to make our weathervanes – each weathervane will tarnish. The copper will turn brown, black and then a patina green. This is a natural process, but the time it takes to end up a patina green depends on the weather in your area.
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