Rain Chains Shop
Copper Rain Chains
Although functional, traditional house downpipes can sometimes be very unsightly. We suggest a practical solution that will add beauty and charm to your house and garden by replacing a downpipe with a solid copper rain chain. They can transform a downpipe into a visual delight and be added to any part of a gutter. Rain chains are either a collection of metal cups with holes at the bottom that are chained together or a series of links and chains which direct the flow of water downwards. Rainwater from the roof is dispersed from the gutter through the rain chain and can be directed into a drain, a pond, a barrel, a garden bed, a birdbath or a creative water feature. They are easily installed with hooks supplied.
They provide an interesting feature when the sun is shining, but when rain falls they create a spectacular feature as water travels through the chain. In light rain it will form a soothing trickle, while in a downpour it transforms into a dramatic gushing column of white water. While best connected to a water source from above such as a gutter or a microjet in a watering system, they can be used in purely decorative ways too, such as garden ornaments hanging from trees or pergolas.
Our rain chains are made from high grade copper which through normal usage will darken with age and develop a beautiful patina finish. They will last for many generations. They weigh up to 2.2 kg and are not an issue hanging from most rain gutters. Our cup style rain chains are made from 23 - 24 gauge copper and link style rain chains from 3 - 9 gauge copper. They will never rust, and over time will develop a beautiful patina finish.
A rain chain will enhance your home for many years to come or provide an unforgettable gift for family or friends on any special occasion. They are environmentally friendly and a beautiful "forever" product.
Copper Wind Art
Made from solid copper, our cascading leaves and butterfly wind art is a mesmerising decorative feature for either inside the home or out in the garden. If placed outdoors and attached to a spinner, these pieces of wind art will turn in the wind and provide a soothing rustling sound.