Blue Heron Copper Verdigris Cottage Weathervane
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Cottage Weathervane Accessories
Our Heron in flight is a superb piece of weather vane art. Well proportioned for smaller buildings, garages, sheds, gazebos or even simply mounted on a fence post for all to see.
This artisan piece is made from copper and the quality craftsmanship ensures years of maintenance free enjoyment. The weathervane has been sprayed to give it an even patina.
Cottage weather vanes come with an eave mount bracket as standard, alternative fixing brackets are available, see the 'accessories panel'
This Heron is ready to fly and we supply a lock down ring which must be fitted to ensure that doesn't happen in high winds.
- Figure, and Spacer balls are made of quality copper for beauty and longevity
- NSEW Cardinals made from cast brass
- Durable assembly rod ensures years of maintenance-free enjoy
- Overall dimensions include spacer balls, directionals, and 10mm diameter mild steel rod measuring approx. 380mm in length
- Standard 5" (125mm) stand off bracket supplied with weathervane
All weights and measurements are approximate.
Copper is used on our 3D ranges (heads and ball spacers) offering timeless quality with corrosion-free durability. We have sprayed the copper to give it an all over natural looking patina The 3D bodies are handcrafted from beaten copper sections and brazed. The brazing will be visible, but this does not tend to detract from the overall good looks of our copper weathervanes.
Steel is used for the rotation rods and standard bracket mount on the 3D weathervanes. The steel is coated with an exterior quality powder coat paint for extended life.
Our Verdigris 3D weathervanes are coated with an exterior quality powder coat paint which protects the weathervane and offers a durable finish. You can expect this finish to look good for quite some time!
The weathervane rods and mounts are coated with an exterior quality powder coat paint which protects the steel and offers a durable finish. For extended life, we suggest giving the mount a coat of Hammerite paint.
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