This Dog Copper Weathervane is made of hand hammered copper to add every last detail in the whole body of the dog, from each strand of fur to the toes on it's paws by an Amish craftsman. The dog is standing on a thin copper platform. His nose is pointing in the direction the wind is blowing. This would be great for any dog lover to place on top of your barn, house, gazebo, or in your yard as a focal point.
- The Dog Weathervane is available in one large size and two styles:
- Size: 33"
Styles: With pole and directional arrows (N, S, E, and W) Or with No Arrow.
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- Made in America
History of the Weathervane:
The first known weathervane dates back to the First Century, B.C. in Athens, Greece. It was made of bronze and was in the shape of Triton, the sea god. Triton held a rod that, when the wind blew, pointed in the direction the wind was blowing. Throughout history, weathervanes have gained in popularity and are now used primarily as architectural adornments.
History of this Dog Copper Weathervane:
This Dog Copper Weathervane is made from a very old mold, originally designed in the late 1800s by A.J. Harris & Son's in Boston, MA. The mold is made of iron and just the parts for the body alone weigh 50lbs!! The mold is owned today, since 1940, by New England Weathervanes of Danvers, MA.
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