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American Eagle Weathervane on Base
$555.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR copper/iron
CONDITION Very Good; wear consistent with age/great decorative piece
DIMENSIONS 24" L x 12" W x 66" H
ERA Vintage
MADE OF copper/iron
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 16 - Jul 19
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
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Melissa Levinson has been a Los Angeles-based designer for over 20 years. She branched out to open Melissa Levinson Antiques, with a collection that includes antiques from around the globe, pillows made from antique European textiles, antique architectural elements transformed into useful items such as lamps and headboards, and upholstered furniture using antique leather and Belgium linen.
Why we love this
Copper American eagle weathervane-early 20th century.
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