White Tail Buck Weathervane
The Weathervane the enduring symbol of our dependence upon the wind and weather. Mankind has been testing the wind changes in weather and fortune for centuries. From raising a moistened finger to tossing blades of grass into the air, we have employed various methods for checking wind direction before embarking upon work or play. By definition the weathervane, or weathercock as it is also called, is a figure that turns freely on a vertical rod and by virtue of its design, always points into the wind. Stated another way, the wind always comes from the direction in which the weathervane points. Wherever people have settled, their reliance upon the weathervane has been as basic to them as grinding wheat for bread. The weathervane has always represented a simpler way of life, a life that is tied closely to nature. At the end of each day and with the dawning of the next, people have looked to the sky and studied the direction of their weathervane. They have plowed and sown, reaped and stored, worked and played, trusting the good directions of the wind that drove their fate. White tail deer buck copper weathervane These specially designed traditional and more contemporary copper weathervane sculptures are hand-crafted of solid copper and brass by skilled artisans with unmatched quality. Easy-to-assemble and install. Includes an assembly rod, solid brass 18"L directional and copper globes. The ZGD401AL Roof Mount recommended, sold separately. Assembled Size: 33” L x 41"H x 18"W; Figure-only: 33"L x 23"H x 4"W. Our exclusive Single Point Contact design allows our weathervanes to spin easily in the wind. Lifetime Warranty. The Pure Copper will age naturally over time. This size weathervane is ideal for your home, garage, cupola, barn or gazebo. Designed by American Artisans.