In the Asian countries at the doors and windows of the houses are hung tinkling bells adorned with red bows and flowers or extravagant pendants, the wind moves them and with their delicate and keen rattling they keep away the spirits of the evil, in the human soul, providing trouble, sickness, livor and wickedness.
The most evil spirits take possession of the deceased souls by forbiding them, thus, of the possibility of resting in peace.
However, the wind chime is also used in other cultures, the indigenous Americans used it and, today, jingling bells with good omen and good news are typical of almost all cultures: even Western.
They are often hung on the doors of shops to wish prosperity and business and warn that customers enter the door.
They are hung at the doors of the houses to announce the arrival of a child, a new born, a happy news.
They are hung in the festivities and left as auspicious bearers of the health and prosperity of the house.
The wind moves them, sometimes they are powered by imperceptible air movements created by ourselves or… invisible presences (for those who believe) and with their chimes provide wellbeing and relaxation.
You will be able to personalize the wind chime with a copper inscription engraved on the pendant, to make this beautiful object even more meaningful.
The pendant made of copper, measuring about 8x5cm according to the shape.