The leaping stag weathervane is one of the more popular forms from the 19th Century. This example is attributed to Cushing & White and dates to the late 1800's.
This classic, full-bodies leaping stag weathervane is in molded copper with cast zinc antlers and molded copper ears. The surface is weathered gilt with some gilt loss and the resulting verdigris, mainly on the leading front legs.
The diminutive vane measures 19" long, 17 1/2" tall and 3" wide. On the standard it is 73" tall.
The weathervane is complete with its original standard, directionals and both ornamental copper orbs.
The classic stag form is very popular today and it is hard to find them in their original surface, this smaller size and with all the original hardware.
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