Items: This 19th century New England hand-cut, sheet copper weather vane is fashioned in the shape of a Spanish Galleon and shows waving flags above its decoratively pierced three masts. The ship is shown sailing through ocean waves and is anchored to a professionally mounted iron base. Featuring a well conserved natural patina of verdigris surfaces, this piece is an outstanding example of 19th century nautically themed folk art.Date: 1870-1890Size: 20 in.Hx22 in.Wx4 in.D
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