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Weathervanes

Wind vanes are an ancient device used to gauge the direction of the wind. In the UK, weathervanes have graced church rooftops since at least the 10th century.

Traditionally weathervanes were mounted on the highest point of a tall building. These days there are different types of weathervanes for different locations. If you don't have a suitable roof on your home for a weathervane, you could look at garden weathervanes that are freestanding or mini weathervanes - small weathervanes for sheds, garages and outbuildings.

Rooster and cockerel weathervanes are the oldest and most well-known designs. But if you'd like something different, we offer lots of different weathervanes including different dog breeds and hobbies. In addition, we can sometimes create bespoke weathervanes.

We've been creating primarily decorative cast iron and copper weathervanes for over 30 years. Most are made here in Shropshire by our blacksmith. We'll send your weathervane direct to you, and we offer free delivery on many products. Our weathervanes are built to last and come with a 10 year lifetime structural guarantee.



For advice and inspiration, please see the following links:

General Care and Maintenance

Weathervane Maintenance and Assembly Instructions

Weathervane Inspiration

Weathervane FAQs

Bespoke Weathervanes

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