Encore Water Bell Fountain
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Encore Water Bell Fountain

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Dimensions: 5 in. Tall, 14 in. Diameter
Materials: 8 polished brass bells, black plastic bowl, continuous-duty pump.


This fountain combines the sound of water with randomly chiming bells.

The rhythmic and random sounds of the Encore Water Bell Fountain are reminiscent of the natural sounds of a gently flowing stream. Adapted from an original and copyrighted design by artist and musician Ron Snider, they are handcrafted using solid brass bells for excellent sound. Water bubbling up from the center of the fountain causes two floating bells to gently swirl around six fixed bells, ringing softly when they meet. An adjustable pump lets you control the water flow and frequency of ringing. This musical fountain adds beauty and charm to your home. It flourishes as a centerpiece or accent and will fill your surroundings with joy.

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1. Anonymous User on 4/17/2017, said:
Very melodic and relaxing! Make sure it's where you want it before filling as it takes quite a bit of water and the bowl is not super sturdy to move when full. Wish the pump had a slower speed but all in all, very happy with this purchase! Was this comment helpful? yes no (1 people found this comment helpful, 1 did not)
2. Anonymous User on 10/19/2016, said:
Love the fountain - very peaceful feeling - would love it more in a copper bowl, but very happy. Was this comment helpful? yes no (3 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
3. Anonymous User on 5/2/2016, said:
I am a big fan of Woodstock Chimes, but unfortunately, I've never been able to make these work properly. I had hoped to find something soothing for the office, but I can't really recommend. Was this comment helpful? yes no (5 people found this comment helpful, 2 did not)
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