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                  witch ball copper garden art sprinklerWitch's Balls were very popular in 18th century England, but their actual origin is thought to be much older. For well over 300 years hollow glass spheres have been hung in windows to ward off witch's spells, evil spirits and ill fortune. Hanging these decorative balls in the window is thought to tantalize evil spirits which may be threatening a home's tranquility. The evil spirit is mesmerized by the ball's reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of the glass inside the ball. Because they're similar to the glass balls used by fishermen on nets, witch's balls are also associated with many sea superstitions and legends. (On a dialup? Click on picture to left for a big, fast movie).
In September 2004, Sam wanted a sprinkler for his wife's birthday.
He got a custom one with her initial on top, copper tubing/wire vines, and a violet witch ball.
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cobalt glass ball garden art copper sprinklerFor years, this was the largest selection of witch's balls on the internet. As of June 2009, we are out of glass witch balls, but you can purchase a 4" glass witch ball from here and ship it to Dream Sprayer 15634 Old CC, Maribel Wisconsin 54227-9760 I'll make the witch ball sprinkler, send it to you and refund $26 for the glass ball. Order the glass ball first, then order #3. $279 Sprinklers - Witch Ball
(On a dialup? Click on picture to the right for a big, fast movie).
In June 2005, Valerie had one made in to a sprinkler for her husband's birthday, below.
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Watch a Ruby Witch Ball Mirage Video on Google Click Here.
Or this custom Mirage Cobalt Witch Ball Dream Sprayer video.
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Another custom Mirage Cobalt Witch Ball Dream Sprayer June 2006 with a note from it's owner (below). Click to enlarge!
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"Received the witch's ball dreamspayer on Saturday. It's simply stunning. Freshly tilled soil in the garden made the 3-prong bracket  somewhat unstable after it ran for a while and the soil became muddy. I attached it to a cement stepping stone (with the original 3-prong  bracket below the stone). Raised it up slightly with spacers, so the snap-on hose connector cleared the stone. Extra strap on front eliminated any front-to-rear play and I plumbed the riser rod dead-on vertical. It spins smooth as silk now. Thanks again for such quick service and a great product." Jim G. Evanston IL
The North Carolina artist who made these below was overwhelmed with email regarding
them and had to remove his contact information so he he could get some work done.
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