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Ship Bells

Did you know?
  • One of the earliest recorded mentions of a ship bell was on the British ship Grace Dieu around 1485.
  • It's considered bad luck for one ship to use the bell of another vessel (which is fortunate for us because bells last a long time, and this way we have the opportunity to sell more bells!). It is said that the bell is regarded as an embodiment of the vessel's soul.
  • If a ship bell sustains damage, trouble lies ahead for the ship.
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Weight: As metal prices have increased tremendously, many companies have saved money by making much thinner, poorer quality bells. We haven't. We proudly state our weights on most of our bells.
Size: Compare "apples to apples" and we think you'll choose us. Our "six-inch bell" refers to a six-inch diameter four-pound bell with a one-inch thick four-strand pull rope. Some companies include the bracket or even the pull rope when measuring height.
When our low shipping rates--which are proudly displayed on each page--are considered, our combination of quality and total price is the best.
Return Policy: We'll give you your money back within 30 days if not satisfied.
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