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Fabulous Peacock Weathervane by the Jewell Co.c 1865-1875. Cast zinc body with a very heavy gauge copper tail. The fantastic tail is highlighted by the worn squared gold leafing. It retains several patinas but has heavy elements of a second gold leafing. This weathervane surfaced about 25-27 years ago from a farm in Central Maine and has been in a private family collection ever since. Measures 21” ht x 26” front to back. Museum mounted. Call Jeanne for pricing on 845.505.1147

Fabulous Peacock Weathervane by the Jewell Co.c 1865-1875. Cast zinc body with a very heavy gauge copper tail. The fantastic tail is highlighted by the worn squared gold leafing. It retains several patinas but has heavy elements of a second gold leafing. This weathervane surfaced about 25-27 years ago from a farm in Central Maine and has been in a private family collection ever since. Measures 21” ht x 26” front to back. Museum mounted. Call Jeanne for pricing on 845.505.1147

Dragon weathervane for the cottage garden

MYTHOLOGICAL WEATHER VANES DRAGON Dragon Weather Vane Web Wing Dragon by West Coast Weather Vanes. This Dragon Weather Vane can be made using various metals and optional gold or palladium leafing. This symbol used when celebrating the Chinese New Year.

Painted Molded Zinc and Copper Gamecock Weather Vane, attributed to Harris & Co., Boston, 1868-1882.

Painted Molded Zinc and Copper Gamecock Weather Vane, attributed to Harris &…

Frog Weather Vane with Dragonfly by West Coast Weather Vanes.  This  handcrafted Frog & Dragonfly weather vane, consists of a copper frog, brass cat tail reeds, a copper seed head and a small brass dragonfly. This customized weather vane has a gold leafed little dragonfly.

This Frog Weather Vane with Dragonfly, Amphibian anura, is fabricated from a mix of metals. It consists of a copper frog, brass cattail reeds, a copper seed head and a small brass dragonfly.

The unique Dragon weathervane from the Warren Bank building, circa 1890, Warren, Pa, copper, 6 feet 10 inches tall, sold by us to a private collector in 2011. Photo by David Schorsch Antiques

Dragon weathervane from the Warren Bank building, circa 1890 - Warren, Pa, copper, 6 feet 10 inches tall. Photo by David Schorsch Antiques

Ezra Ames and Bella Dexter  Heart-and-Hand weathervane  Chelsea, Massachusetts, 1830  Private collection

Ezra Ames and Bella Dexter Heart-and-Hand weathervane Chelsea, Massachusetts, 1830 Private collection

A late-nineteenth-/early twentieth-century American copper and zinc weathervane portraying the Statue of Liberty, 'Lady Liberty' being a symbol of the USA/New York. (Christie's)

A late century American copper & zinc weathervane portraying the Statue of Liberty, 'Lady Liberty' being a symbol of the USA/New York

Rare andImportant "Fireman's Hat and Trumpet" Dimensions: Ht. 30”, L. 33”  Date / Circa: c. 1890  Maker / Origin: Att. to J.W. Fiske, NY, From the HYC Hose No. 2, Unadilla, NY  Medium: Molded copper with a fine verdigris patina with traces of original gilding.  Miscellaneous: Provenance: Henry Y. Canfield, Unadilla, NY, who built the firehouse in 1890; to the town of Unadilla; the Lord family, 1949; private collection, 2004.

Extremely Rare and Important “Fireman’s Hat and Trumpet” Weathervane

Fiddler on Roof Weathervane

Fiddler on the Roof Weathervane. This copper Fiddler on the Roof WeatherVane features glass eyes and Brass and Gold accents. Distinct tooling gives the clothing and violin a realistic appearance.

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