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Large copper deer weathervane

Product Code: WVS-DEER-LARGE
Free Delivery to: UK Zone A (England & Wales)
Availability: 99 in stock
£224.99
inc. VAT
A large polished copper deer weathervane with excellent quality detail, measures: H: 1244mm x W: 558mm x D: 330mm
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Description

Copper deer weathervane (Large) measurements

This deer weathervane design is a top quality pure copper weathervane. The deer weathervane turns in the direction the wind is blowing to indicate the direction of the wind and creates a stunning feature on the rooftop of your home, gazebo, garden shed, tower, workshop and more

 x The deer weathervane can be installed using the supplied eaves bracket and there is also a range of other fitting options available. This type of design could also be called a stag or elk weathervane. In Salisbury, England there is a building called The College of Matrons which features an attractive deer weathervane. The deer or stag weathervane blows in the wind and has been in use for many, many years and is a reminder of days gone by when archers used it to predict weather or wind direction when hunting animals for food

Standard Bracket

Each weathervane is supplied with a standard 125mm (5 inch) eaves bracket. Other brackets and fixings are available (see Brackets & Fixings tab for more details)

Features

• Easy to assemble and install (including step by step instructions)

• Includes everything you need to construct the weathervane: Steel rod, NSEW directionals, copper globes and weathervane figure

• Exclusive Single Point Contact design allows the weathervane to spin freely in the wind

Construction

Copper: The weathervane designs are handcrafted from pure copper and brazed. Brazing may be visible on some designs but doesn't tend to lessen the beauty of the lovely copper weathervane design. Globes and spacers are also made from pure copper, copper over time naturally ages to a Verdigris patina. To preserve the polished finish a lacquer spray can be used to delay the onset of the natural patina

Brass: Cast brass is used for the NSEW cardinal points on the range of copper weathervanes

Steel: Rods and brackets to mount the copper weathervanes are made from steel. The steel is treated with a durable exterior black powdercoat paint. The finish should be good for a reasonable amount of time out in the elements but in time if the steel rods and brackets weather they can be painted with an exterior metal paint such as Hammerite which restores the finish and will help preserve and extend the life of the fittings. Clear mastic can also be used on any joints for example where the rod is inserted and secured into the bracket to seal and further weatherproof and prolong the life of the steel bracket and rod

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Brackets & Fixings

Assembly

Delivery

Please allow 1-4 working days for this polished copper weathervane to be delivered. It includes tracked, signed for delivery to UK mainland destinations

We use our preferred courier DPD Local for the majority of deliveries. DPD Local offer an email and text service to keep you up to date on your delivery progress

Extra delivery charge for other areas

All other areas such as Scottish Highlands, Channel Islands, Isle of Wight, Islands, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland will incur an additional delivery charge - Please contact us for a delivery quote

Lead time

  • Our normal dispatch days are Monday to Friday
  • We aim to send out orders the same day on a next day delivery service if the order is placed and paid for by 12pm on a weekday (for UK mainland area only, allow extra lead time for other areas)
  • If an order is received on a Friday or the weekend we will send out asap and typically the order is normally delivered on Monday or Tuesday)

Packaging

All weathervanes are well packaged to protect them in transit. We mainly use signed for delivery service for the majority of deliveries but we sometimes use our own transport for local deliveries or large orders

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