Smithsonian Eagle Weathervane
Decorative & Functional
An American classic, the Eagle was adopted in 1782 as the official emblem of the United States. It is a dynamic symbol of freedom and power. For centuries, weathervanes have been relied upon to indicate the direction of the wind in order to predict weather patterns. Today, although still fully functional, weathervanes are also used as decorative accents. Our Standard Size Weathervanes are the perfect complement for any home, barn, cupola or garden. Handcrafted of pure copper and brass, or aluminum by skilled artisans, this weathervane is a work of art.
- Measures 23"L x 20"H x 23"W (wingspan), figure only
- Add 20" to the height to accommodate the spacer balls, directionals and rod
- Figures, Directionals and Spacer balls are made of copper and brass, or aluminum
- Durable assembly rod ensures years of maintenance-free enjoyment