Wind Chimes(34 items)
Discover the ephemeral sights and soothing sounds of Wind Chimes at NOVICA. Archaeologists have found evidence of wind chimes spread across centuries, continents, and cultures. Today, global artisans continue to handcraft unique wind chimes in materials ranging from bamboo to glass.
Featured Reviews on Wind Chimes
Truth: I generally find chimes annoying. However, my daughter loves them so I ordered this for her. It has a lovely sound; especially surprising given its higher pitch. It is well made and beautifully tuned such that even a wind chime curmudgeon like me enjoys it.
These can well packaged and now hang in my window. They make a lite tinkling sound when caught by the wind. Love them!
Birthday present for a friend
I purchased this wind chime for my friends 80th birthday. She is such a wonderful soul & I wanted this gift to be special. It was a wonderful gift for her. Well crafted & the chimes have a very gentle pleasant tinkling sound. Soft & gentle just like her.
Trisna Dewi Handcrafted wood carvings and musical instruments
"Although I'm not a musician, many people like the musical instruments I craft, especially as décor objects or to play for fun."
"Ever since I was a little girl, I've enjoyed Bali's traditional dancing, and these dances are usually... read more
Popular Wind Chimes
Bamboo and Aluminum Wind Chime Hand Made in Bali, "Singing Vines"$23.99
Add a serene musical accent to your yard with this delightful wind chime by artisan Trisna Dewi. She loves creating accessories for the home influenced by the traditional sounds she grew up surrounded by in Bali. From an agel cord, a base of dark brown bamboo is decorated with hand carved lines and a vine motif in the center. Hand-tuned aluminum chimes and a small bead of albesia wood hanging elegantly beneath, creating calming tones together in the breeze. A bamboo petal weight at the bottom of the nylon cord completes the lovely wind chime.
Coral and Teal Glass and Driftwood Wind Chime, "Nature Walk"$39.95
In the mountainous northern region of Bali, artisans collect naturally fallen branches and wood from the local coffee plantations to fashion this rustic and colorful wind chime. Once the reclaimed wood — teak and coffee — is gathered, each piece is hand-shaped and strung with pieces of cut glass. Dazzling in the sunlight, the resulting coral and teal chime is a gorgeous example of nature-inspired design. Each piece will vary slightly, due to the natural variations of the wood