Walleye Weathervane – Handmade in USA
We make this beautiful copper Walleye Weathervane the old fashion way by hand hammering, cutting, forming and shaping this into a weathervane. We use 24-gauge copper to form two pieces of beautiful artwork together to make this amazing Weathervane and it will fit all our Cupolas.
Each of our Walleye Weathervanes are balanced so they will point into the wind to show weather direction. If you have a north wind blowing the fish weathervane will be pointing north straight into the wind. It is important to know that trees, heavy brush can cause wind swirling to the weathervane which will still head into the wind – just that the wind may be coming from different directions when Mother Nature makes this decree.
This Walleye Weathervane purchase includes: The Weathervane Figure, Copper Spacer Balls, Brass Directions, Weathervane Rod with Ring.
Weathervane Directionals: 18”L with 3” Lettering
Weathervane Figure: 21L” X 13H”
Overall Height of weathervane when mounted on a Weathervane Mount please add about 20” to the height of figure.
Overall Height of weathervane when mounted on a cupola with copper ball right on top of cupola please add about 10” to the height of figure.
Weathervane Mounts and Cupolas are sold separately so please be sure to view our Weathervane Mounts and Cupola to understand what you many require for mounting your new weathervane.
Since we use real copper to make our weathervanes – each weathervane will tarnish quickly and will turn brown, black and then a patina green. This is natural and unless treated by the customer is going to happen. Mother Nature does what Mother Nature wants, and she loves her Patina Copper.
For more questions or ordering you can always give us a call at 207-843-0440 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Note about our Handmade Weathervanes:
Each of our handmade weathervanes are Made to Order. Each weathervane is hand hammered into a mold that we have produced with our own weathervane artwork. The weathervane is cut out of the copper sheet and then soldered together. Final touches for making the weathervane include cutting, sanding, and putting a weathervane tube into the weathervane figure and to make a balanced turning point. We are proud to say that all our staff to include our retail folks have designed at least one weathervane or more since becoming part of our amazing family-based company.