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Blacksmith-made Weathervane c.1815
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Blacksmith-made Weathervane c.1815

Early English blacksmith made wrought iron Weathervane dates 1815. For context-this was made in the year of the Battle of Waterloo. Also, this was the year the 1812-1815 War with America came to an end with a Peace Treaty signed.
A fantastic example of Early English Folk Art with French and American historical context.

Width88cm (2′11″)
Height109cm (3′7″)
Depth22cm (9″)
Reference No.EZGQH

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