Denninger Traditional Finials
This finial is designed to be reminiscent of those seen on many traditional
lighthouses. We have provided this design many times for other classic
structures, residential and commercial buildings.
The cut stone lighthouse in Noank, Connecticut, on the Long Island Sound, was
built in 1868. Hassinger Architects FAIA, of Moorestown, NJ, restored the
lighthouse and turned it into a private residence. We met Mr. Herman Hassinger
at the AIA Expo in Boston in 1992, and were pleased to be chosen to craft a
replica of the original lighthouse finial for the beautiful clapboard addition.
The photo on the right shows the restoration of the Noank, Connecticut
lighthouse. The original finial is on the stone lighthouse on the right.
Denninger's replication is on the attached residence on the left.
6" dia. x 19" high $800
8" dia x 25" high $950
10" dia. x 32" high $1,125
12" dia. x 38" high $1,350
(no cap required or + cap)
Caps for Finials
Choose a cap to go with your finial.
Click on thumbnail for larger photos & prices.
Denninger Finials are created one-at-a-time.
We are able to customize our designs to reflect each customer's
Each Denninger Finial
is an important piece of sculpture
and is handmade, signed and dated
by the artist Alfred H. Denninger.
Go to our mounting page and look at
Diagrams # 3b, 6 & 7
Shipped in the USA and Worldwide via UPS or best way.
Your shipping costs will only be the actual carrier charges,determined upon
size and weight of packed carton(s).
Largest sizes may require a wooden crate, and item will be sent via Truck.
Call for delivery schedule - each item is individually handcrafted for you.
We use recycled and repurposed packing materials whenever possible.
Alfred H. and Beth R. Denninger, Webmasters
Denninger Weather Vanes & Finials, 3773 Marion County 160, Theodosia, MO.
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