Tall Storm Glass
$59.99, Now Only $29.50
Admiral FitzRoy used the storm glass on his historic voyage with Charles Darwin.
The formation of crystals are used to interpret the weather.
If there are large flakes throughout the liquid, it will be overcast in temperate seasons or snowy in the winter.
Threads near the top indicate that it will be warming or windy.
If the liquid contains small stars on sunny winter days, then snow is coming.
If there are crystals at the bottom, this indicates frost.
A cloudy glass with small stars indicates thunderstorms.
If the liquid in the glass is clear, the weather will be bright and clear.
This Tall Admiral FitzRoy Storm Glass measures 10 3/4 inches (27.3 cm) tall, 1 7/16 inches (3.7 cm) in diameter,
the glass base is 2 1/4 inches (5.7 cm) in diameter, and the Storm Glass weighs 10 1/2 ounces (297 grams).
Instructions for interpreting the crystal patterns are included.
The Stanley London Tall Storm Glass has a list price of $59.99, but we are offering it for only $29.50.
We also offer a Storm Glass with Hardwood Base,
a Small Storm Glass,
a Storm Glass Capsule,
a Hand Blown Weather Glass Barometer,
the Weems & Plath Skipjack Clock and Barometer,
individual Ship's Clocks and Barometers,
and a Weems and Plath Porthole Weather Center.