Classic, the Tudor Rose Princess Chime pays tribute to one of the most musically rich periods in England‘s history. Tuned to the Aeolian mode, an extremely popular mode for romantic music during the reign of the Tudor family. Cherry wood, 8 bronze tubes.
Recalls the soft melody of Johann Pachelbel's celebrated Canon in D. Your chime is tuned to the beloved sounds of Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D. A prolific composer and an accomplished organist, Pachelbel wrote for the organ, harpsichord and voice - his Canon in D is one of his few chamber works known today. With its graceful melody and stately tempo, it is a popular choice as a wedding processional, for within its measures we hear the sounds of hope, joy, love and promise. The clever design incorporates 4 small rods that harmonize beautifully with the 6 chime tubes.
This unique chime has a waterproof compartment for preserving a keepsake. Every time your chime rings, you'll have a wonderful remembrance. Place a small memento in the compartment located under the wooden chime top. Commemorate your love, preserve a memento or keep a loved one close. It could be ashes, a lock of hair or tuft of fur, a copy of a poem or sand from a favorite beach. It could be a token or charm that represents a favorite hobby, sports team or career choice. The "time capsule" has a weatherproof seal, keeping your treasure safe and secure.
Tuned to the opening notes of the bugle call that starts horse races. Humans began to domesticate horses around 4000 BC. Today we interact with horses in a number of ways: riding them for entertainment, using them as therapy animals, as farm workers, and, of course, racing them for sport. "And they're off" - the familiar bugle call that signals the start of a horse race serves as the scale to which this chime is musically-tuned. The rearing horse silhouette is cut from a single piece of stainless steel that was treated with a flamed finish, producing wonderful burnished, coppery colors.
This traditional looking cluster of bells and castings employs classic European symbols like Fleur-de-lis, stylized leaves and scroll patterns. It can be used as a doorbell, wind chimes or just an ornamental decoration. Hand cast brass in bronze finish.
Captures the romance and splendor of the Far East with its wonderful sound and graceful design. Inspired by traditional Asian design, our Emperor Series is intended to reflect balance, harmony, grace and beauty. In Buddhism, the gong is sounded at the start and end of each day. In Chinese temples, gongs are struck 108 times because it’s believed that sentient beings have 108 types of worries. The teaching is this – “upon hearing the gong, worries will cease, wisdom will grow”.