Desert Southwestern Bells Wind Chime
Southwest Desert Rustic Wind Chime
Size: 6" wide, hangs 36" with chain.
Moon, Star, Cayote, and Cactus
Material: Black wrought iron wind chime with 6 rustic bells.
This rustic style wind chime is wrought iron coated black, and decorated with many rustic tin bells. The style and finish is meant to look handmade, weathered, worn, and imperfect. Great for hanging outside on your deck or in your garden. This rustic wrought iron wind chime will bring delight all year round. Wind chimes make perfect gifts for any occasion, and are as beautiful as they are harmonious. They are perfect gifts for Mother’s Day, and make meaningful anniversary gifts, because of their symbolic worth; compatible, harmonious, and always in tune.
Symbology of the Coyote, Cactus, Sun, and Star
Southwest desert theme wind chime with sun, star, coyote, and cactus symbols. The cactus flower is a symbol of maternal love. Because the cactus is a plant that can endure harsh conditions and also thrive, its flowers are symbolic of a mother's unconditional love. The Coyote is a clown in the natural world, and in many Native American tribes view the symbolism of the Coyote as that of trickster, shape-shifter, and transformer. The sighting of the Coyote was said to bring natural shifts in balance, causing an end (which, of course, simply makes way for new beginnings, and so on). Essentially, the Coyote is like a "way-maker" of new direction as it went about its symbolic role of representing the cycle of life/death in nature. Although the moon has many spiritual meanings, the crescent moon is symbolic of feminine power and womanhood.
Around since the beginning of time, wind chimes gained greatest popularity centuries ago in the Orient. Chimes with elaborate workmanship and painstaking detail adorned sacred structures, heralding their spiritual significance. Today’s wind chimes are truly a song of the wind, and are as beautiful as they are harmonious.
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