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wind chimes made from recycled bottles and glass wind chimes made from recycled bottles and glass
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Product description: This beautiful cobalt blue wind chime will light up your garden or patio with both beautiful sounds and wonderful light. This chime has many sounds to it because of the different sizes and shapes of glass. It can also be personalized with engraving to commemorate a special occasion, hobby or profession. Eco-Chimes seeks to raise peoples awareness of what can be done to repurpose things normally bound for landfills. Our mission statement says it all - "Saving the World, One Bottle at a Time." Eco-chimes have proven to be durable and long lasting when properly hung.
 
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$68.75 USD

wind chimes made from recycled bottles and glass

Sculpture by John Glasser/Eco-Chimes

  • Shipping: $15.00
  • Product ID#: 7532
  • Dimensions: 5" width x16" height x5" depth
  • Weight: 5 lbs.
  • Materials: Glass, Other Materials
  • Colors: Blue

Artwork Description:


This beautiful cobalt blue wind chime will light up your garden or patio with both beautiful sounds and wonderful light. This chime has many sounds to it because of the different sizes and shapes of glass. It can also be personalized with engraving to commemorate a special occasion, hobby or profession. Eco-Chimes seeks to raise peoples awareness of what can be done to repurpose things normally bound for landfills. Our mission statement says it all - "Saving the World, One Bottle at a Time." Eco-chimes have proven to be durable and long lasting when properly hung.


I am John Glasser, a retired Senior Artisan. Three years ago I came up with a unique idea for re-purposing discarded bottles and glass and transforming them into Wind Chimes. Since inception, the idea has evolved into beautiful pieces of functional art as well as a series of lamps and lights. My mission Statement is "Saving the World, One bottle at a time." Almost all of my bottles are rescue bottles in that they come from bars and restaurants that normally send them to the...read more