Comes with wooden stake for mounting
Thomas Jefferson was an avid gardener and weather observer, and if he had designed weather instruments, they would have been attractive,
long-lasting tools. This Jeffersonian Wind Gauge measures both speed and direction. The stainless steel pointer is easily visible along the 0- to 40-MPH scale, and the cobalt blue glass counterbalance indicates the wind direction while also acting as a damper to keep the speed indicator steady.