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Featured Weathervanes and Cupolas

Weathervanes, Cupolas and Bird Houses add beauty to our homes and gardens.

Country Weathervanes™ is nationally known as the premier curator of beautifully hand made weather vanes and cupolas.  Most of our weathervanes are made of copper with bright brass directionals (N,S,E,W), although we also have a large selection of hand painted weathervanes too.  Every one of our weathervanes is hand made by skilled artists, so choosing the right one for you is just a matter of selecting the size and style that will not only grace your home but also reflect your personality.  "Standard Size" weather vanes are perfect for most homes, "Large" weather vanes are ideal for larger estate homes and barns, and "Small" weather vanes are perfect for garages, gardens and gazebos.  For the sports fans, we have several college and university weathervaves.

Hundreds of Wood cupolas, Vinyl cupolas and Copper cupolas to choose from.

Cupolas are our specialty and we're proud to be associated with some of the finest builders in the country, including Ridge Craft and Good Directions.  Every cupola is made-to-order, just for you, in the Amish tradition of craftsmanship.  Please take advantage of our "Cupola Calculator" page to see exactly how to choose the correct size for your home.  Our Cupolas are available in your choice of vinyl, wood or copper exteriors with copper roofs and can dramatically change the value and architectural beauty of your home, barn or estate.   Although cupolas are usually added only for their architectural beauty, they can also be used to provide attic ventilation.   Installing a cupola or weather vane is an easy job for the average "do-it-yourselfer".  And, we're right here, ready to offer advice and guidance, if needed, to complete the installation.  Our Royal Crowne line of cupolas are wind rated up to 120mph, which is especially important if you live in a high wind part of the country.


The premier curator of Weather Vanes and Cupolas in North America