Large Three Trees Weathervane - Made in USA - Since 1971
Our Large Three Trees Weathervane purchase includes the figure, copper spacer balls, the directionals, rod and ring. The weathervane figure is made in the USA from 16 ounce copper, each piece is hammered and bent to form a unique piece of masterful copper Large Three Trees Weathervane art that will last for years to come.
- Weathervane Approximate figure dimensions: 38"L X 21"H
- Add approx. 10" to dimension height for directionals and spacer balls
- Directional Dimensions: 23"L with 4" lettering
- Weathervane Options: natural or patina copper // standard or scrolled directionals
This Large Three Trees Weathervane comes ready to fit any of our cupolas we sell. To mount the weathervane into one of our cupolas all you have to do it put the solid ¾”weathervane rod down through the top of the cupola and through an internal crossmember inside the roof of the cupola. Use a little caulking around the hole to seal the rod and cupola together.
Our larger cupolas have a clamp under the crossmember so that it can lock the rod in place under the cross member. If you are not using a cupola with our weathervane then please check out our many types of brackets, stands and mounts on our mounts page. If an extended rod is needed to add more height or depth, please use a red thread locker such as Loctite or other brand.
Weathervane Figure - Made in the USA.
For Patina Copper -- Patina acid is applied via spray/brush to accelerate the aging process. Applied patina will vary on each weathervane.
Our Large Three Trees Weathervane is made here in Eddington Maine by hand hammering it into a form using 16oz copper/ 24 gauge. This weathervane is real copper and will turn brown, black and then a green patina over time. If you choose to keep the weathervane shiny, you can always apply a clear coat of exterior poly urethane over the weathervane figure and weathervane parts to keep it from changing. Our main Weathervane Retail Shop is located in Trenton Maine on route 3 headed towards Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Made in the Maine.