Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 02, 2012
Ecowindchimes.com is adding Canary yellow as a color option for the company’s popular Himalayan Echo Wind Chime. Just in time for fall, the Himalayan Echo Wind Chime in Canary yellow combines the purpose of a wind chime instrument with the pleasant sound of the musical canary.
“Grace Notes has done a remarkable job with the sound derived from the Himalayan Echo Wind Chime,” said Stephen Betzen, Owner. “The Grace Notes collection is truly our most musical group of wind chime instruments. To offer the Himalayan in Canary yellow right now is special because it notates the changing color of leafs during the autumn season.”
The Himalayan Echo Wind Chimes in Canary yellow provide elegant sounds echoing the far East in an E-minor tone. The chime suspends a total of three feet in length and sells for $121.00. “The Canary yellow version of the Himalayan Echo Wind Chime is perfect year-round as a gift or décor. We offer engraving, but the product is stunning on its own,” continued Betzen. Customers are invited to learn more about this product, and sample its entrancing ring, by clicking here: http://www.ecowindchimes.com/Himalayan-Echo-Small-Yellow-Wind-Chime-p/3s%20mmx011.htm
Eco Wind Chimes was launched in 2005. The company is deeply committed to American social, economic, and environmental issues. Eco Wind Chimes is owned by Just One Moon, which is dedicated to providing a message of ethics and sustainability. The soothing products produced by Eco Wind Chimes complement the company’s dedication to quality workmanship, affordability, and purposeful retail.
Grace Notes wind chimes are considered to be the "most musical" on the planet. Because Grace Notes uses a revolutionary and unique pinned suspension device, the wind chimes produce crystal-clear tones. Grace Notes uses recycled lumber composite strikers and top-quality aluminum tubing. The company sources all of its materials from the USA, and Grace Notes manufactures all chimes in the USA.