Copper Peace Poles
I have shipped copper peace poles from Dubai to Hawaii. At the time of this writing, the five most recently shipped were to a church in downtown Chicago (where it stands at a busy intersection); a school in Ann Arbor, Michigan; a wellness center in St. Augustine, Florida; the Yale Divinity School; and a public location in the town of Canton, Connecticut.
I put copper peace poles through a process that puts patina on them before I ship them, but it matures and deepens quickly in the rain. At left is what it looks like when brand new. After a dozen rainstorms it will be noticeably better - deeper darks, more reds, and a few steaks of brighter blue.
As you can see at left, I cut the customer's logo into the top section of this one replacing the windows shown on the other two sides.
6-sided with 6 translations as shown at left . . . . $4,900 (free shipping)
Additional translations are $100 each. It comes with 6. There is room for 6 more.
After burying 20 inches of it, it is about 8.5 feet tall.
As with the stainless peace pole, it can be illuminated from the inside.
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Planting or Installating
No cement needed. Dig a 20-inch deep posthole, set the peace pole in it, and tamp the earth back in around it.
They weigh only about forty pounds. So having a group carry one, perhaps above their heads under a veil, to the planting site during a ceremony is easy to do.