Store

 

Copper and Verdigris Armillary Sphere Wind Spinner

An artistic take on a classic armillary sphere, this unusual wind spinner has a multi-directional movement to add interest to your landscape. A hammered copper center with leaf-shaped cups is surrounded by armillary-like spheres in a distressed verdigris finish. The color combination offers wonderful contrast and looks great with foliage, flowers and shrubs. The spinner's movement adds drama to your landscape, while the painted metal finish gives your garden color in every season. Mount this painted metal spinner anywhere in your landscape, from lawn to pathway or flower garden. The post has a three-prong stake for sturdy installation.

$79.95
 
 

Related Products

Blue Vortex Metal Wind Spinner

Blue Vortex Metal Wind Spinner
$129.95

This Blue Vortex Wind Spinner's curved blades create a mesmerizing effect when it's in motion. It's a hypnotic masterpiece you will truly enjoy! Bright, brilliant shades of blue, green and yellow look great with your flowers or foliage. Place it prominently in a garden bed or out in the yard. It makes an eye-catching statement that adds color and movement any time of year. Sturdy metal with bright outdoor paint; spinner stakes securely into the ground.

Yellow Daisy Metal Wind Spinner

Yellow Daisy Metal Wind Spinner
$79.95

Our Yellow Daisy Metal Wind Spinner is one of our brightest ever. The brilliant, highly reflective finish is eye-catching in any season. The bidirectional rotors also spin on the spinner axis for a riot of movement and color. Yellow and pink daisies around the outside portion surround blue-green daisies and pink leaves in the middle. Standing 7' high, this impressive piece of garden art makes a great focal point in your yard. Metal construction with sturdy ground stakes.

Pineapple Wind Spinner

Pineapple Wind Spinner
$79.95

The pineapple is a traditional symbol of hospitality, and hails back to the 17th and 18th centuries when getting a pineapple from its native Carribean surroundings to a North American table was arduous. Stories also abound of New England ship captains, who would place a pineapple outside their homes as a symbol of a safe return from the high seas. Whether these are truths or legends, the pineapple's symbolism continued to grow over the years. It has been used as the crowning glory in food displays, carved into furniture, stamped onto linens, and cast into door knockers. And we've found this larger-than-life version to welcome your guests to your own home. Steel15" in diameter x 84" H (including 11" ground stakes)Installed Height is 73"Assembly required

 
 
 
 

Pin It on Pinterest