Archaeologists have discovered bronze Viking weather vanes from the 9th century. They have an unusual quadrant shape, usually surmounted by an animal or creature from Norse fable. They were commonly used on Viking ships, and were also popular on Scandinavian churches. These weather vanes can be seen even today in Sweden and Norway.
Berggren Enamelware Rooster-Weather Vane 1965 Scandinavian Coffee Pot Kettle
This is a real working ROOSTER Garden Weathervane. The Weathervane is made of a strong 16 gauge steel. The top of the Weathervane pivots on a strong stainless steel pin. The entire Weathervane is covered with copper colored powder coat paint.