Woodstock Chimes Celebrates Fifth Anniversary of Asli Arts’ Acquisition
Woodstock Chimes, a leading manufacturer of musically-tuned windchimes, is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its acquisition of the successful line of eco-friendly chimes, Asli Arts. The collection, acquired in the latter half of 2008, utilizes sustainable products, such as bamboo and capiz shells, and is completely handcrafted by local artisans in Bali. Over the years, the company has continued evolving its Asli Arts collection to include updated classic designs, themed pieces, such as nature and wildlife, and even solar chimes. Asli Artsr emains a steady seller for Woodstock Chimes with retail prices starting under $8.
“We have always been passionate about creating high-quality products, protecting the environment and continuously providing customers with new and exciting items.” said Garry Kvistad, founder and owner of Woodstock Chimes. “The acquisition of
Asli Arts was essentially our ‘perfect storm’ in achieving all of those goals. Seeing the collection grow over the last five years has been very rewarding” Asli Arts features striking bamboo chime tubes handcrafted from a sustainable harvest of top grade bamboo, which grows much faster thanconventional hardwoods. While the collection’s colorful Capiz chimes feature shells from pearl oysters farmed in Indonesia. The shells are carefully sorted, dried, sliced, shaped, sanded and dyed for the ultimate eye-catching look. Behind the melodic sounds and brilliant designs are highly skilled artisans and musicians living in Bali. The traditional, aluminum Woodstock Chimes are musically-tuned, while the Asli Arts chimes are hand-toned, providing a softer, more mellow sound.
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