Copper Book and Apple Weathervane - Handmade in USA
Introducing the stunning Copper Book and Apple Weathervane, meticulously handcrafted in the USA with exceptional attention to detail. Made from high-quality copper, this weathervane boasts a timeless design that adds a touch of rustic charm to any home or garden setting. As it ages, the natural patina will only enhance its beauty and character, making it an exquisite addition to your outdoor space. Whether you're looking to adorn your barn, garage or garden with a unique piece of artistry, this weathervane is sure to captivate all who lay eyes on it.
Crafted with amazing craftsmanship that speaks volumes about its quality and durability, this weathervane exemplifies traditional American artisanal skill at its finest. The intricate detailing on the copper book and apple creates a mesmerizing visual appeal that will draw admiration from guests and visitors alike. Not only does it add an element of grace and elegance to any setting but also serves as a functional weather vane, allowing you to track wind direction while being a beautiful focal point in your outdoor space.
Book and Apple 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 weathervnane.
This weathervane purchase includes: weathervane figure, copper spacer balls, brass directionals, rod with ring.
Weathervane Directionals: 18”L with 3” Lettering
Weathervane Figure: 32"L X 13"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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