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March 15, 2007

Golden Eagle Weathervane


We never really thought about weathervanes much before creating our weather obsessed web site. That being said, we do see them from time to time but not as much as we used to. Used mostly to tell where the wind is blowing from, and to funnel perhaps the occasional lightnening strike, we like this national bird weathervane - the american eagle. Crafted of cast aluminum, it is finished with a sun-catching gold patina that matches the globes. Arrow (33"L), directionals (4"H), and mast are finished with black, powder-coat paint to resemble wrought iron.
Ornament, 17"H x 15"L x 14"W; Overall, 40"H. Roof mount included.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 15, 2007 7:45 AM

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