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Capiz Shell Wind Chime - Blue & Turquoise

A blue and turquoise capiz shell wind chime is handmade by artisans in Indonesia.  This chime features shades of ocean turquoise and blue to refresh your home decor or patio.

  • Handmade in Indonesia
  • Measures 71/2" D X 19.5" Long
  • Comprised of squares, circles and teardrop capiz shells

These capiz shell chimes are made by artisans in a Bali.  Capiz shells come from a marine mollusk which is also known as a windowpane oyster. Families of fisherman on Java's eastern coast have collected capiz shells and created a variety of handicrafts for centuries.  This project is certified by the Fair Trade Federation.


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H.Q.
Wind chimes

Love my windchimes. Besides being gorgeous in color, the sound of the shells blowing in the wind is so soothing.

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H.q.
Love the colors

Love the colors

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S.C.
Capiz Wind Chime

I bought as a gift, so it is still packaged. I have purchased others in the past, and enjoy the sound.

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U.
Beautiful piece of craftsmanship

We first saw this wind chime during our vacations on Long Island in front of a furniture store. We took a picture and back at home (in Germany) a few weeks later we decided to look on the internet for this wind chime. We finally ended up in this shop and ordered it. The shipping was very fast and even to Germany possible. Our contact with the shop owner was very friendly and we have nothing to complain about.
Today the wind chime finally came and it looks even more beautiful than on the pictures and what we had in mind.
The sound when wind is blowing is much more than just lovely.
We only can recommend this beautiful product out of capiz shell and buying here at this shop was a pleasure.
Thank you again for being so kind.



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  • Comprised of squares, circles and teardrop capiz shells
  • These capiz shell chimes are made by artisans in a Bali.  Capiz shells come from a marine mollusk which is also known as a windowpane oyster. Families of fisherman on Java's eastern coast have collected capiz shells and created a variety of handicrafts for centuries.  This project is certified by the Fair Trade Federation.

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