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Illuminarie Dual-Motion Wind Sculpture

Our Illuminarie Dual-Motion Windwheel must be seen to be believed! The kinetic design of the windwheel allows it to rock and rotate around a glow-in-the-dark globe in the center. This beautifully colored globe contains luminescent crystals that absorb the sun's energy by day and release the stored energy by night. Enjoy this unique windwheel anytime of the day or night. Size: 45"H x 15"L x 5"W.

$69.95
 
 

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