Global Views 4.90147 – Scroll weathervanes are decended from banner or pennant vanes that, in turn, descended from the cloth banners that knights and noblemen once hoisted over their castles and keeps. Thus, the general form has an ancient lineage. They retained their popularity through the eighteenth and late nineteenth century. Our Weathervane Scroll Collection showcases a pleasing pattern and creates a vibrant sense of movement, taking inspiration from early 18th-century vane ironwork in Williamsburg, Virginia. Weathervane dining table was inspired from early 18th-century weathervane ironwork in Williamsburg, Virginia. Made of nickel finished iron with a framed 60″ glass top. Glass top 60″dia. x 3/8″ clear tempered.
Dimensions: 60″Dia. x 29.5″H