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All cupolas on this page are handcrafted by our family team at the Woodshop Cupolas and are covered by our guarantee.
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Cupola size: Measurement at the bottom of the shiplap base (the 3rd number is the height). Also approximate measurement across the bottom of the cupola roof. Example: 24 x 24 x 43 means approximately 24" x 24" at the bottom of the shiplap base (and the bottom edge of the cupola roof), and approximately 43" high from the bottom of the shiplap base to the top of the cupola roof. Cupolas with the 11" base are shorter and the bottom of the base is slightly narrower.
**Denotes 9" base
(Most cupolas pictured on our web site were photographed in Pine.)
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