Provide an all-weather, all-occasion accent to your roof or garden. The Good Directions Fleur De Lis Finial features the classic French lily design rendered in handsome copper and given a unique flair by skilled artisans. The copper is handcrafted and polished to a brilliant sheen. It ages naturally to a beautiful patina over time. The finial attached to your roofline in minutes with the included steel roof mount. Give your home a distinguished look with this easy-to-install unit.
Give your home a beautiful finishing touch with the Good Directions Aragon Finial. Designed to add a graceful finishing touch to any rooftop, turret, or cupola, this finial brings the eye skyward and makes a dramatic statement. Handcrafted using old-world techniques, this finial is made from polished copper. As versatile as it is beautiful, it can also be used in your yard or garden as a topiary or decorative sculpture.
The Good Directions Avalon Finial lets you accent the angular features of your roofline. Featuring a sphere with a pointed tip made from solid copper, this handsome finial sets your house apart. A steel roof mount makes assembly easy. This polished piece is enough to make any house seem a little more like a home.
Accent your roofline in style with the Good Directions Morgana Rooftop Finial with Directionals, featured in a shimmering ornate design that gives an eye-catching look to your architecture. This durable rooftop finial is made of finest 22-gauge pure copper and the highest quality brass. The directional letters ensure you always know which way the wind is blowing. This finial is covered by a manufacturer's limited 1-year warranty.
The Good Directions Extension Rod ensures your new weather vane has the support it needs. This extension rod adds nearly a foot of height to any ornament by working in conjunction with a roof mount bracket. Whether your weather vane needs help reaching the breeze or a rod-supported roof accent needs a little extra height, this support rod has you covered. Its black or brass finish is resilient against the elements. A simple screw-end lets you combine more than one rod as needed.