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Ornamental weather vane

Weathervane, ornamental, brass / wood, made by Leslie Williams, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 1959

An indoor weathervane consisting of a vertical brass spoke with a horizontal brass pointer at the top of the spoke in the shape of an arrow that can spin on its axis. Below the pointer are four directional markers indicating north, south, east and west. The central brass spoke is attached to a brass plate that has been screwed to a rectangular wooden base.
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