Dolphin Verdigris Farmhouse Weathervane
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Farmhouse Weathervane Accessories
Dolphin lovers will adore this unique weather vane. Dolphins are intelligent, admired, fascinating - and unforgettable.
For centuries, weather vanes have been relied upon to indicate the direction of the wind in order to predict weather patterns. Today, although still fully functional, weather vanes are also used as decorative accents.
Our Farmhouse weather vanes are the perfect complement for any home, garden, cupola or garden. Handcrafted by skilled artisans, this weather vane is a work of art.
This product is exclusively available from us and is not available anywhere else in the UK market.
Figure and spacer balls are made from pressed copper and coated to a verdigris finish.
- Cardinal points (NSEW) are made form cast aluminium and coated to a verdigris finish
Durable assembly rod ensures years of maintenance-free enjoyment - can be extended by the purchase of an extension rod (see accessories)
- Standard eave 125mm (5'') eave bracket supplied. Standard vertical bracket can be substituted at no extra charge other brackets are available see accessories
All weights and measurements are approximate.
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Aluminium is used on the heads and cardinal points (NSEW) on our 'painted' 3D ranges, which is then finished in an exterior quality powder coat paint in either Blue Verdigris or Bronze. Aluminium weathervanes are light, strong and durable.
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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