Jan 18 2009

Good Directions: Wine Bottle with Stemmed Glasses Full Size Weathervane – 917P

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Good Directions: Wine Bottle with Stemmed Glasses Full Size Weathervane - 917P

Free Shipping & No Sales Tax On This Item! Review by BudgetMailboxes.com Good Directions 917P Good Direction has a vast product line of high quality home & garden accessories. BudgetMailboxes Customer Support Our company history clearly shows our dedication to fine craftsmanship and superb customer service Learn more about the manufacturer Good Directions: Wine Bottle with Stemmed Glasses Full Size Weathervane – 917P Commonly Asked Weathervane Questions Q. Which are the most popular weathervanes? A. The eagle, rooster, and horse have always been favorites. These designs date back to early colonial settlements. Q. Which weathervane should I buy? A. You should buy the weathervane that best displays your personality, or that identifies the area in which you live. Q. What is included in the weathervane? A. All weathervanes, except cottage styles, include a copper figure, a brass and stainless steel rod, copper spacer balls, and solid brass directionals. Cottage weathervanes contain all of the above but come complete with a powder coated steel rod and either a roof mount or garden pole for display. Mounting and display options for all other weathervanes are sold separately. Q. What is the weathervane made of? A. The weathervane figure and spacer balls are made of pure copper. The directionals are made of solid brass, and the rod is brass and stainless steel. This ensures a rust-free, maintenance-free product. Q. What is the difference between the green and the polished finish? A. The green finish is referred to as “patina.” This is an artificial finish applied to give the weathervane the appearance of an antique. To some people, the polished finish is more appealing. After assembly, these weathervane figures are placed on buffers to give them luster and shine. Q. How long will the polished finish last? A. We do not treat our polished copper weathervanes. So, within a few months, the weathervanes will lose their polished look and start to naturally tarnish. At first,


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