Rain chains ('kusari doi' in Japanese) are hung from the corners of your roof, attached to the gutter system to guide the flow of water gently to the ground; they have been used in Japan for hundreds of years. Years ago, people used rain chains to guide the water into large barrels to catch the water from the roof for household purposes and gardening. Rain chains are a beautiful alternative to traditional downspouts. They guide water visibly downward to the ground. This is known as an "open" waterflow system. Rain chains also sound great! Using our gutter attachment piece, rain chains are easily installed for an efficient and beautiful waterflow system.
These exclusively designed, pure copper bell cups are breathtaking! They feature a folded lip at the top (for stiffness) and hand hammered accents.
cup width: 4 "
cup height: 2 3/4"
Standard length: 8 1/2 feet
Click here for a video of a rain chain in action