Chimes of Ireland
Tuned to the opening notes of the light-hearted song When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, this windchime is a tribute to Ireland.
Its lyrics were written by Chauncey Olcott and George Graff, Jr., set to music by Ernest Ball and first published in 1912. The song has been recorded by many famous singers, including Bing Crosby, Connie Francis and Roger Whittaker. The handsome green tubes recall the Emerald Isle and a shamrock adorns the windcatcher. Our Woodstock Chimes of Ireland may not be rare like a four-leaf clover. Even so, may its bright tones bring the luck of the Irish to your home and garden.
Lovely - they were a gift and are already being enjoyed on their patio!
Don't know what is going on but the wind is blowing and my chimes of bavaria sound beautiful, but my chimes of ireland aren't making a sound. Very disappointed. Nothing is knotted up but they are hardly moving.
We are sorry to hear your Chimes of Ireland are not making sound. Sometimes moving the chime to a new location or a higher elevation will improve the sound. Also, the chime should be hung directly from a fixed hook rather than a chain or external string, as this will reduce the movement of the windcatcher. If you continue to have issues please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist you.
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these chimes are very pretty and the sound is incredible