Our capiz chimes are made up of a stunning array of shapes and colors. They sparkle in the light, and when placed outside, create a gentle tinkling of the shells. Our supply comes from two fishing villages in Java, where our shell artisans sustainably harvest the shells and shape them. All parts of the capiz (jingle oyster) are used; the meat for food, the shell for handicraft, and the shell waste for fertilizer. Only full-grown shells are picked from the kelp beds, providing more space and food source for the young ones to grow. The rattan-top chimes are made with care in our fair trade, in-house workshop in Bali. The wood top chimes are made in a Javanese artisan village.
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