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Henna Treasure Wind Spinner, Hanging Wind Chime with Bell - Bird

Regular price $41.00 USD
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Bring your outdoor space to life with this delightful, handcrafted bird wind spinner chime.

This fair trade metal wind spinner is ethically handcrafted in India using age-old metal craft and bell making techniques. Bell making is a traditional artform which has been passed down for generations in the desert Kutch region of India.

This unique, nature inspired outdoor bell chime features a hand painted bird charm handcrafted with upcycled metal, perched within a clean line hoop. The bird charm is intricately hand painted using non-toxic paints, featuring a floral motif inspired by henna design. A handcrafted 3” Indian cow bell hangs below the bird charm, as if clutched by the bird’s feet. The bird rocks freely and joyfully, weighted in place by the copper bell below. The piece includes a sturdy jute hanging loop.

The refined, flora and fauna inspired design lends well to modern rustic, minimalist, and boho decor aesthetics, appropriate for both indoor and outdoor use.

Metal bell wind chimes make ideal yard art and garden art. The unique, perched bird design is alluring and full of life.

This beautiful hanging wind spinner chime makes a thoughtful gift for bird lovers and bird art enthusiasts. The bell chime adds a lovely copper bell song to any space, enhancing time spent relaxing on the patio, playing in the yard, or working in the garden. It is an ideal housewarming gift or gift for someone who treasures fair trade, upcycled metal art. Gift this intentionally handcrafted keepsake to the beloved green thumb, gardener, or nature enthusiast in your life.

item specifications

Dimensions: 6.5"L x 5"W

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to