Vintage Fish Weathervane
A beautiful copper and verdigris weathervane, the patina is excellent.
Weather vanes have been used as early as the first century B.C. in ancient Greece. The Ancient Romans also used weather vanes. In the ninth century A.D., the Pope decreed that the rooster, be used as a weather vane on church domes or steeples, perhaps as a symbol of Christianity, referring to Jesus' prophecy that Peter will deny him three times before the rooster crows the morning after the Last Supper. Roosters were commonly used as weather vanes on churches in both Europe and America for hundreds of years. This is why it is more common to see Rooster weather vanes than any other!
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