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The frosted glass leaves of this wind chime create a pleasingly light ringing in the breeze on your porch or in the garden. Lovely displayed as an indoor suncatcher, too. Steel filigree has antiqued bronze finish.
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By occasional gardener
from Columbia, SC
I love this wind chime. The filigree decoration is very pretty- more so than in person than in the photo. The bright colors show up nicely when the sun hits. Chimes are not very loud, but I like that.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Glo the Gardener
I have no complaints. It hangs on my patio and when I sit there it is such a soft gentle sound. I love it. also a pleasing color
By The Yardy
It looks great in the tree in my front yard. The sound it makes is very soothing.
pretty, but flimsy
from Saratoga NY
love the idea of this, however the bird needs to be attatched as it flops to one side whn hung.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Osceola, MO
I recently got a new garden shed. Bought this to decorate with. Like it!
from New Jersey
When I recived this the majority of the strings used to hold the chimes were cut, so they were not attached to the rest of the body of the chime. I was surprised the sting wasn't plastic. If it was just one chime, I would've tried to tie it back on to the piece, but it wasn't worth it. The string was too small and when I saw how flimsy the filigree was I just returned it.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from lakeland fl
hanging in my lovely "magic" tree
from Sugar Land, TX
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Pretty but has some issues
from Circleville, NY
This is a pretty addition to my garden but when it rains, the chime pieces all stick together. Maybe it would be better for a dry climate or if placed under a shelter. I will leave it where it is in my garden - I just go out and dry the pieces off after it rains.
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