Denninger Custom Weather Vanes

Denninger offers a custom service for homeowners, architects and businesses -
designing and crafting one-of-a-kind vanes for special uses.
Every handcrafted vane is signed and dated by A. H. Denninger,
one of America's foremost blacksmith/weather vane makers.
Any motif, logo, emblem or photograph can be adapted into a weather vane
for corporate or business identification, to celebrate an important occasion
or faithfully reproduce an historic design.
Our one-of-a-kind custom weather vanes start at $1,500.

Al & Beth with a 10' Custom Metropolitan Arrow they made as a Historic Replication of the Original Weather Vane on the Kirby Estate in Mountain Top, PA near Scranton, PA
Metropolitan Arrow

Al & Beth with a 10' Custom Metropolitan Arrow they made as an Historic Replication of the original Weather Vane on the Kirby Estate in Mountain Top, PA near Scranton, PA

Custom Bradford Arrow by Denninger

"Bradford Arrow" with stained (cathedral) glass

This weather vane "happened" when we went to Judi & Mike Bradford's house to "demo" a cupola for their garage. They were buying the cupola and weather vane as a gift to each other for their 10th anniversary. They liked our Stanford Arrow very much, but really wanted to fancy it up in some way. Al suggested, "Let's put some stained glass in it." An idea popped into Beth's mind about incorporating hearts into the design in honor of the special event. A few sketches later she came up with the now famous Bradford Arrow.

Custom Weather Vane for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute

"Spruce Goose with Double Helix"
at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, MD

Architect Mac Rowley AIA of the Hillier Group, Princeton NJ, designed this intricate weather vane for the library rotunda of the Institute on Connecticut Ave. Al built this 4' 3" wide by 7 1/2' tall vane and mounting system following Mr. Rowley's precise drawing.

Custom Denninger Dogwood Weather Vane 72" Long

Dogwood Weather Vane on 6' Arrow
Old North State Clubhouse at Uwharrie Point, New London, NC

This spectacular weather vane was adapted from the country club's logo. The 30" diameter full-bodied dogwood blossom appears on both sides. Al "chased" each lifelike petal and formed the blossom centers using "repoussé", a traditional hammering technique.

33rd Degree Double Eagle Masonic Weathervane in 23k Gold Leaf
33rd Degree Masonic Weather Vane

Al was commissioned to make this one-of-a-kind Double Eagle Scottish Rite Weather Vane for his dear friend Norman E. Moon, to commemorate his White Hat presentation ceremony. It is personalized with his initial "M" in the tail. It is gilded with 23k XX (double weight exterior) gold leaf for a century of outdoor wear.

What can we design for you?


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or Black
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23k Gold Leaf
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Stained Glass

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Copper roof caps

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Custom directionals or cardinals
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Transition pieces

Denninger weather vanes are created one-at-a-time.
We are able to customize our designs to reflect each customer's individuality.

Each Denninger Weather Vane
is an important piece of sculpture
and is handmade, signed and dated
by the artist Alfred H. Denninger.


Shipped in the USA and Worldwide via UPS or best way.
Your shipping costs will only be the actual carrier charges,determined upon size and weight of packed carton(s).
Largest sizes may require a wooden crate, and item will be sent via Truck.
Call for delivery schedule - each item is individually handcrafted for you.

We use recycled and repurposed packing materials whenever possible.
Save the Earth - Recycle

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