Weathervane


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Weathervane

A metal form, fixed on a rotating spindle that turns to indicate the direction of the wind, usually located on top of a spire, pinnacle or other elevated position on a building.
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Strong in profile, the weathervanes took on dynamic presence as patterns hugged the contours of the animals' bodies.
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Day two features a selection of antiques including weathervanes, carved eagles, a pair of New Hampshire fire buckets, historical documents, painted game boards, painted and formal furniture, gold and silver coins, folk art, nautical art including an ivory ship model, outstanding clocks, fine early porcelain, glass and more.
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THE son of the blacksmith who made Warwick racecourse's iconic weathervane is hoping to pip others to the post when it goes under the hammer.
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South Korean voters are set to go to the polls Thursday in nationwide local elections widely viewed as a weathervane for the December presidential election.
Weathervanes have always delighted me and although my home has the wrong kind of roof and chimney to accommodate such a whimsical caprice, a weathervane is nevertheless something I have always coveted.