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Meadowlark

Item Id: JWS220
  • The 28-Inch, "Meadowlark" wind chime. The Meadowlark's song endears us with its clear and whispering tones; such is the vitality of this extraordinary tubular chime. 6 tubes: E, F#, G#, B, C#, E
Web Price: USD
$38.00
Availability: In Stock
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J.W. Stannard has long been recognized as one of the premier wind chime manufacturers. According to the most recent research, 85-percent of responding consumers bought J.W. Stannard chimes because of the sound quality. The sound is so precise, it is considered a musical instrument. Each tube will maintain the chime's perfect pitch and never rust. Protective nylon grommets are used on the chimes to minimize each cord's contact with each tube, increasing cord life and producing a clearer, cleaner sound. Removable hangers slip out to wrap around tree branches or any closed support. Diamond Line, the indestructible fiber used to tether satellites, holds the Stannard chimes together. The top and wind catcher are made from weather resistant hardwood and rubbed with three coats of marine varnish to preserve the natural luster.
  • Each tube is tuned so precise, it is considered a musical instrument
  • Protective nylon grommets are used on the chimes, increases cord life and producing a clearer, cleaner sound
  • Removable hangers slip out to wrap around tree branches or any closed support
  • Diamond Line, the indestructible fiber used to tether satellites, holds the chime together
  • The top is made from weather resistant hardwood and rubbed with three coats of marine varnish to preserve natural luster
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 7 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds

A  JW Stannard Wind Chime requires very little maintenance. Depending on how much rain and sun the wind chime is exposed to, the wood top and clapper may periodically need some wood protection product to help preserve its original beauty. As well, each tube is made of a specially developed metal alloy that is guaranteed to never rust.

Tips

·         The higher you hang your chime the more wind velocity it will be subject to. Experiment with your Chime in different locations, if possible.

·         Hang your chime where it will be clear of obstructions, walls, trees etc.

·         Hang your chime from a strong hook or bracket, and ensure that it is balanced.

·         Hang your chime where the wind can reach it from as many directions as possible.

 
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