Great Wolford Oak Barometer - 13cm
Perfect for predicting the coming weather. Each of these quality brass barometers is inserted into a hand turned frame of Oak.
- Measures air pressure to predict the weather
- Hand turned frame in Oak from Great Wolford, Gloucestershire. UK
- High quality brass barometer mechanism from Germany
- Works continuously without the need for batteries
- 13 cm diameter x 4 cm or 5 inch diameter x 1.5 inches*
- Lifetime Warranty
For a wedding, retirement, anniversary, birthday or house warming, these barometers are excellent gifts as they are both functional and attractive. So why not mark the event - for £5 extra you can have up to 8 words added in a matching script to the back of your chosen barometer. Just email us your chosen inscription (see below) and select the "Added Inscription" option before adding the barometer to your basket.
These barometers are one of Timber-Treasures' signature lines. All are made in our Bristol workshop and are signed by the maker, David Gladden. The wood used has its own history (which is provided in paper form with each barometer). Using high quality brass German instruments, and expert workmanship, these barometers are beautiful and practical instruments, that can predict the weather using air pressures. Each barometer comes with a leaflet on how to use your barometer.
All Timber-Treasures barometers are covered by our lifetime warranty. Through our commitment to quality and care we will cover your barometer for as long as you own it.
For a wedding, retirement, anniversary, birthday or house warming barometers are excellent gifts. They are functional and attractive. So why not mark the event - for £5 extra you can have up to 8 words added to the back of your chosen barometer with the other script. Just select this option when ordering and we will be in touch to confirm the exact inscription.
The Four Shire Stone Oak
This great Oak tree was over 200 years old when felled at Great Wolford, Gloucestershire at the roadside of the A44, having been damaged in a storm in 2011. It grew within sight of the Four Shire Stone - an ancient boundary point that marked the meeting point of the four great shires of Mercia; Gloucester, Warwick, Oxford and Worcester. It was a legendary meeting place visited in 1905 by one young schoolboy called John Tolkien who would later immortalise it as the Three Farthing Stone of Middle Earth.
UK postage costs
- Free Delivery - No cost (4-6 working days)
- Premium Delivery - £3.00 (2-3 working days)
- Next Day Delivery - £9.00 (order before 12pm)
International postage costs
- European Delivery - £5.00
- USA & the Rest of the World Delivery - £9.00
Please choose the relevant option during the check out process. Visit our delivery information page for further information.