Stanwood Wind Sculpture: Kinetic Copper Spinner - Quaking Aspen

Price: $609.95 $379.95
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SKU:
CWS-04
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843719009861
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Quaking Aspen Spinner Head
 

For sale is a kinetic copper wind sculpture with a theme of a Quaking Aspen tree. The entire wind sculpture including the pole and its fixture is made of pure copper with brass hardware.  The stainless steel ball bearings within the brass hardware allow the quadruple spinners move independently and in opposite directions at all times. The pole is made of heavy gauge copper and secured into the ground by an all copper 4-point anchoring system. With its heavy duty construction, this kinetic sculpture can withstand strong winds at 50 mph. 

The copper leaves and arms are not coated and will age naturally. If you want to preserve its original copper shine, you may want to apply a layer of clear coat on the leaves to prevent aging. We have had great success with clear coats made by Rust-Oleum (Crystal Clear Enamel) or Permalac (Original Clearcoat Lacquer Satin).

The craftsmanship on this wind sculpture is impeccable. The wheels are finely balanced and maintenance free. The sculpture is entirely weather proof and made to last for decades. We proudly back this beautiful kinetic wind sculpture with lifetime warranty.

Size: The entire sculpture (above ground portion) is about 6 ft tall. Larger wheels are about 2 ft in diameter while smaller wheels are 15 in. 

Click here to see assembly instructions.

Watch how our spinner beats winter snow:

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  • 5
    CWS-04

    Posted by Dennis L. on Dec 19th 2016

    This is the second Stanwood Wind Sculpture we have purchased, and we are very pleased with them both. They are the best quality and craftsmanship we have found at this price level.

  • 5
    Quality Product

    Posted by Ken H. on Nov 26th 2016

    Enjoy these wind sculptures a lot! Our neighbors like them too!

  • 4
    Quaking Aspen Spinner

    Posted by Larry D. on Oct 12th 2016

    This is our third spinner for our garden, and looks great. The spinners add a beautiful and serene atmosphere. Each one is very sensitive to the wind and the movement is hypnotic.

  • 5
    Spinner Quaking Aspen

    Posted by Karen M. on May 12th 2016

    This is my second spinner from Stanwood and I love how it spins in the slightest breeze! I have both of my spinners (other one is the ficus leaves) on the perimeter of my 12x18 pond and they look beautiful with their copper shine through my kitchen window. Garden art at its best!

  • 5
    Stanwood Quaking Aspen Wind Spinner

    Posted by Michael V. on Apr 20th 2016

    My second one as I own the entire collection! Well made and looks beautiful in the landscape. I protected my collection with Permatec clear coat sealant and they hold up in the high wind here in northern Illinois. The Quaking Aspen is my favorite as it looks like a weather instrument spinning in opposite directions

  • 5
    This is how to beautify your backyard area

    Posted by Pamela Z. on Feb 23rd 2016

    This gorgeous spinner catches the slightest breeze and it turns to ever minor change in wind direction.

  • 5
    Love It

    Posted by Amy W. on Feb 21st 2016

    This is the third wind sculpture I have purchased from Stanwood. The first was six years ago and it is still going strong. These are well built and the direction are very easy to follow. They are very easy to put together. My sculpture arrived right away. They bring a lot of smiles. It doesn't take much of a breeze to get them moving. I'm very impressed with the quality.

  • 5
    It's very sturdy!! High winds ~no problem

    Posted by Linda G. on Feb 17th 2016

    Beautiful, well balanced.

  • 5
    Stanwood Wind Sculpture Quaking Aspen

    Posted by Carol S. on Aug 21st 2015

    This is our second Stanwood wind sculpture and as before fantastic quality which takes you no time at all to put together. Mechanism smooth, when it catches the wind it is hypnotic to watch. We do not coat ours, just let it weather to a dark copper patina. Would definitely recommend you won't be disappointed.