Woodstock Feng Shui Chime® - Chi Energy, Jade


Beautifully designed with genuine stone accents, our Jade Chi Energy Chime will enhance any setting and blend with the positive aesthetics you are seeking.

In feng shui, the ancient Chinese practice of using arrangement to achieve harmony with the environment, windchimes are believed to have the power of redirecting energy in a space. In addition, by surrounding ourselves with beauty, music and various expressions of the sweetness of life, we benefit both ourselves and our environment.

Many people believe that wind chimes can bring good fortune, health and prosperity to the owner through the practice of Feng Shui. It is also believed that chimes can help break up bad energy in the home. Hollow tubes are said to help good chi energy circulate, and the use of three tubes helps to promote good luck for the young. Whether you endorse such philosophical claims or not, you'll find our Chi Energy Chimes to enhance any setting and blend with the positive aesthetics you are seeking.

Product Properties
  • Green wash finish ash wood
  • Three silver aluminum tubes
  • Stone accents and clappers
  • Faux stone ornament
  • Overall Length: 39 inches - Width: 9.5 inches
  • Boxed Weight: 0.6 lb.
  • Made in China
  • SKU: CEJ

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Amy M.
    A Tickle!

    This is a very happy chime. The music is up and very pleasant. It does have long strings and they get wrapped around each other but with some patience they will unwrap. Mine has been hanging outside during the wind and everything else for 11 years. Just today a string broke so I thought I would replace them.

    Feng Shui Chime - Chi Energy, Jade

    Nicely made. Beautiful sound. The problem is it gets all tangled up even in a light breeze and take 10 minutes to untangle it. Very frustrating.

    So sorry you had an issue with the strings tangling. We are careful to include a message in the product description that warns the product has long strings and may tangle, but I know it can be a challenge to find the sweet spot between just enough breeze so it plays and not so much breeze that it tangles. I think Mother Nature's mood may also be a factor!