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Dog Weathervane – Welsh Pembroke Corgi Standing

Standing Pembroke Welsh Corgi Weather Vane


The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Weather Vane shown here is constructed of copper with optional gold leaf markings. The customer who commissioned this weathervane wanted us to match the coat of her dog. We used optional gold leaf to delineate the white parts of its fur. This Corgi can be made with a uniform coat, entirely out of copper.

We use custom made brown glass eyes with black pupils to give the dog a life like and animated appearance. An optional collar and tag with your dog’s name stamped on it is also possible. The Corgi shown here is in the conformation pose but, if you prefer, a Running Corgi weathervane is available. Our customers often select the pose that best represents the personality of their dog.

Here is a favorite story: a customer with two Pembroke Welsh Corgis could not decide which of his two dogs he wanted to have represented on his weathervane. To solve this we collectively decided to match the markings of one Corgi on one side of the sculpture piece and match the markings of his other Corgi on the opposite side. We also stamped the names of the dogs, each on ‘their side’ of the collar. When the wind blows one way, he can see one of his Corgis and when the wind blows in the opposite direction, he sees his other Corgi. What a neat solution to his dilemma; two Corgis weathervanes for the price of one!

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is one of two dog breeds known as Welsh Corgis that originated in Pembrokeshire, Wales. These herding dogs are believed to be descended from the Swedish Vallhund dogs that came to Wales with the Vikings. The phrase ‘corgi’ is frequently translated as ‘dwarf dog’ in Welsh. The lifelong preferred breed of England’s Queen Elizabeth ll, the Corgi is the smallest dog in the herding class.

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