Lucky Owl Musical Car Chime
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- Brass & aluminum
- Three chimes tuned in the pentatonic scale
- 9" (22.9 cm) ball chain
- 3" L x 1" W (7.6 x 2.5 cm)
- Made in the USA
Originally a maker of gourd harps and wooden flutes in the 1980's, Jacob Sokoloff turned his musical crafting skills to finely-tuned chimes, creating his phenomenally popular "Waterfall" chime. A musician at heart, Jacob makes the purity of tone his overriding emphasis. He hand tunes each chime he creates, making the pitch of each pipe relatively scaled to the others.
Combined with the marketing and design contributions of his sister Fern Sokoloff, their small company took off. They introduced the "Cantabell" chimes that broke ground for a whole line of plant stake, miniature, and even magnetic chimes. "Each chime contains a little bit of the magic of that first Waterfall wind chime," Fern says. "It feels great to be able to offer such a magical product that everyone can afford."
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April 10, 2014 - This car chime is SO tiny. It does tinkle out pretty & delicate tones.
October 30, 2013 - My fiance & I have found an interest in owls over the past year. He's mentioned how he thinks they're cool; especially on our walks through our state park; some nights we would hear one. Personally, I grew fonder of them once I started reading up on the species. I guess we picked the perfect time to start deeply admiring? In case you haven't noticed (I'm on the East Coast), owls are the "in" thing right now. I hate being involved in fads; in fact, I try to avoid them! But in this case, I don't care too much. We have been decorating our new home with fun little accents of owls; being that they are one of the love birds. :^) Anyway, sorry for rambling. I wanted this chime for my fiance, but didn't want him to feel like he was putting a feminine piece in his car. I also didn't want it being over-sized. It worked out great. As you can see by the picture, this owl is a very "stern" owl; much more masculine then some of the other owls we have been seeing. I think it's hilarious for just-that-reason & adorable due to its size. It doesn't distract or get in your view (at least not with the make of his car). It's gives off a soft chime; nothing obnoxious. It's perfect for the aggressive driver...Woosah...Haha!
May 5, 2013 - This little charm is very pretty with a lovely tinkling sound.
March 30, 2013 - I gave this as a gift to a friend and since she immediately hung it in her car, I guess she likes it.
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