These unique wind chimes come from a family owned and operated art studio in Eastanollee, GA. Jean & Ted Chalfant started making chimes from recycled glass in 1970.
Each chime is comprised of 3 strands attached to a sturdy piece of wood at the top. UV-resistant fishing line is used to hang and attach each piece of glass. There are 8 open circles with smaller glass dots in the center of their openings, with one large, solid piece of glass at the bottom of the middle strand. At the top there is a built in metal chain for easy hanging.
Chimes are about 7" x 23"