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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THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING A BELL
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.
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.
We'll give you your money back within 30 days if not satisfied. Read How Our Bells Compare.