History of Wind Chimes

Anthony Boyadjian

Wind chimes have a long and varied history, with developments spanning cultures, continents and uses. Archeological finds date back almost 5000 years. In South East…

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Glass Wind Chimes (Edo Furin)

Anthony Boyadjian

‘Edo Furin’ are hand crafted glass wind chimes from Japan. One of a kind pieces of art, blown and hand painted from the inside by…

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Brass Wind Bells (Nousaku)

Anthony Boyadjian

Nousaku in Japan manufactures brass wind bells through a collaboration with designers and using traditional techniques acquired from producing Buddhist altar fittings. These wind bells…

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Japanese Wind Chimes (Furin)

Anthony Boyadjian

The Wind Bell or ‘Furin’ is a Japanese cultural icon. The distinctive quality of it's sound distinguishes it from traditional western wind chimes. The Furin…

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Feng Shui and Wind Chimes

Anthony Boyadjian

Firstly, what is Feng Shui? Feng Shui, pronounced "Foong Shway", is an ancient art and science developed over 3,000 years ago in China. It is…

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Ceramic Wind Bells from Imari, Japan

Anthony Boyadjian

Japan has a long history of producing fine porcelain. Imari porcelain in particular, has a reputation of being well designed and crafted. The clear sound…

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