Denninger Weather Vane
Directionals - NSEW - Cardinals
A standard set of cast brass directionals is included with every Denninger
copper weather vane.
The photos below will show you some optional designs for NSEW directionals,
also called cardinals. These special designs evolved after working with
architects or homeowners, to coordinate with their chosen weather vanes. For
instance, an architect who specified our Double Feathered Arrow for his
customer wanted a matching set of directionals that would carry the same fancy
If you have an idea for a special design, please inquire.
"N" Globe Directional
Double Feathered Arrow Directionals
Painted Ladies Directionals
Cardinals & Globe
Text List of Denninger Directionals - NSEW - Cardinals:
- Caramoor Directionals - 18" wide $400
- Cardinals and Globe - 18" wide $400
- "N" Globe Globe - 12" wide with 3" globes $300
- Cushing Cardinals - 18" wide with cut out NSEW letters $500
- Double Feathered Arrow Directionals - 18" wide $600
- Fancy Directionals - 19" wide $550
- Fiske Directionals - 18" wide $575
- Jewell Directionals - 18" wide with wrought scrollwork $625
- Modern "N" - 10" wide $250
- Painted Ladies Directionals - 18" wide $475
These 18" directionals are suitable for weather vanes from 24"
- 36" wide.
For larger sized weather vanes, proportionally larger directionals can be made
at an additional charge.
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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