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Deep Resonance Serenity Bell

$29.95

$59.95

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In the wind, the Deep Resonance Serenity Bell sounds wonderful. With its powerful tone and design, this handcrafted, wind-activated bell works well as a welcome bell at any entry to your home or garden. We tonify our bells to bring together two distinct ways in which the instrument vibrates. The first is the sound of the bell, and the second is the hollow chamber inside the bell that functions as an organ pipe. The secret to this one-of-a-kind connection is the slots on the bell's sides. The end result is a rich, beautiful sound with a lot of depth. This steel bell has been given a beautiful, long-lasting finish so you can enjoy it for many years to come. Allow the wind to play with your Deep Resonance Serenity Bell by hanging it in a windy location.

Specifications:

  • Wind bell
    • 12 in. Overall Length, 2 in. Diameter
    • Seafoam green sand-textured steel bell, green aluminum
    • windcatcher, black finish ash wood clapper
  • Metal Wall Hook
    • 4" H x 6" W x 7" D. (1 1/2 lbs.)
    • Antiqued copper finish steel
  • Metal Floor Stand
    • 63" H x 22" diameter. (14 1/2 lbs.)
    • Black powder-coated steel

Package includes:

  • 1 x Wind bell
  • 1 x Metal Wall Hook
  • 1 x Metal Floor Stand

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Jessia Quint

Beautiful, high-quality bell!!! Beautifies our patio and blows in a deep, calming tone. I don't get the non-ringing reviewers. Our bell rings incessantly and we may have to find a technique to muffle it at night.

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Timothy Johnson

First, I want to thank the reviewer who stated that this bell does ring and that it requires a storm, but don't you think that was a bit excessive? After two weeks I'm very pleased with my bell. It gently rings all the time but not as much as my usual wind chime, which I think is excellent. It has a quiet gong sound and is enormous and weighty. To make this bell or other wind chime operate, it must be hung in a windy location. My husband hung this from our front porch and bought a hook that could support up to 100 pounds, which it does not, but it is solid and will last for years. I'm not sorry I bought it, and I've noticed Amazon has reduced the price, so save some money and buy it, you won't be sorry.

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William Mitchell

But even after delivery, I gave it 5 stars even though it was made in China. Great sound! I bought this and three other Woodstock bells, all different sizes and sounds. The Metalworks bell is bigger than this one I bought. I was impressed with the sound and quality of the instruments until I read the "fine print": produced in China. So future buyers know they are "outsourced" by Woodstock. I think Woodstock should put Americans back to work creating them so they can be labeled PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA!

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Lillian Duprey

I listened to this chime on YouTube before buying it. Despite my expectations, I was blown away by the quality of this chime. If you want to hang it outside, you'll need a strong branch. This chime sounds like a buoy marking. This is not your ordinary tinkly wind chime that you hang near a window, this is enormous. I live in Florida and there are plenty of winds, so listening to those tubular style chimes chime all day and night wasn't for me. This is a unique tone with less unpleasant bonging. That's what chimes do, and you're totally correct, my wife made me get it (throwing her under the bus). When I do hear it, it gives this old salt pause for thought. I definitely recommend it, and you should present it to someone you love or despise. lol

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Gavin Rush

This is a great bell if you live somewhere that gets frequent strong winds. After reading similar evaluations, I decided to give it a shot. In Wisconsin, I live near the Fox River and Green Bay. It's often really windy here. After 3 weeks, I've noticed that it requires a breeze of roughly 25 mph to chime. This is a wonderful, low-resonating instrument.