Expected Ship: in 1 week
Made in Maine, this stunning Memorabell™ Recycled Steel Wind Bell is handcrafted from recycled steel and coated with a pearlescent silver, powder coated finish. The weather-durable wind bell features a triangular design and is accented with a star wind catcher. Each sleek side of the garden bell has a distinctive laser-cut design, including a heart, a star with a crescent moon and a lightning bolt with a star. In gentle winds, three soothing sounds will resonate across your landscape. Easy to hang from any porch, deck, tree limb or shepherd's hook.
The story of North Country Bells is a family one: founded by Jim and May Davidson on the craggy Maine Coast, in the small town of Round Pond. The Davidson's, and their family and neighbors, craft wind bells that echo the distinctive and familiar tones of coastal and harbor bells. For many years Jim, like his neighbors, worked as a lobsterman. He spent countless hours on the water listening to pounding surf and the constant warning of bell buoys. After a time, it occurred to him that others might also enjoy the reassuring sound of bell buoys. He started recording the sound of bells and gong buoys where he hauled lobster traps, and then eagerly sought other bells in the region. After hours of listening to these tapes and painstakingly working pieces of steel to match the tones, he produced his first set of bells. All Jim's bells feature the haunting yet comforting sounds he experienced while working along the New England Coast.
• Steel Wind Bell with Hearts and Stars
• Handcrafted form recycled steel with silver pearlescent finish
• Laser-cut designs with star wind catcher
• Easy to hang from a porch, tree or shepherd's book
• Made in the USA
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