Schooner Weathervane, America
Winner of the 1852 Queens Cup.
Hand Crafted Copper figure complete with ornamental balls, brass directionals, and stainless steel post.
- SIZE Click For Chart.
- 27″L x 27″H figure + 14″H Assembly = 41″H weathervane + 14“H mounting root.
- 36″L x 36″H figure + 18″H Assembly = 54″H weathervane + 18“H mounting root.
- 45″L x 45″H figure + 24″H Assembly = 69″H weathervane + 24″H mounting root.
- The hull is hand hammered into our own mold.
- Natural copper is the standard finish for this figure. Available Finishes.
- Gold leaf or Tinned sails are available at an additional charge.
- Extra post length is available. Click Here to order separately.
- The design and size of this piece can be customized. Email for a quote.
- This weathervane requires a skilled sculptor. Our Sculpting schedule is generally 4 to 5 months from deposit.
- A deposit only, is required at checkout, the balance will be due on completion.
Boat Weathervanes are spirited subjects intended to move about the winds as gracefully on rooftops as they are on the sea. Historically, ships were of such importance to Americans that when the first colonial weathervanes were made, naturally many of them were of the various sailing vessels of the time. They served as symbols of people’s lives by acting as rooftop trade signs for businesses and representations of pride to those who worked the sea. Today boats of all kinds are more popular than ever depicting nostalgia and hobbies. Choose from one of these individually hand crafted, copper weathervanes or have a custom one created for you.
Each hand sculpted weathervane comes with your choice of finish and is signed & dated by the artist.