Bell Foundry

  • (noun): A foundry where bells are cast.

Some articles on bell foundry, bells, bell:

Cullompton - History - Economic History - Bell Foundry and Clock Making
... A Cullompton man called Chubb travelled widely to repair bells during the reign of James I ... vestry meeting determined that in order to reduce the cost of having the church bells repaired, the bells should be cast in some part of the almshouses, and a bell founder be found to ... from Chew Stoke in Somerset, created a new bell foundry (The West of England Church Bellfoundry) in the town, paying an annual rent of £1/13/4 (£1.67) for premises in the ...
St. Petersglocke - Gallery
... the crack can be seen to the left of the clapper The Peter's bell with the broken clapper The Peter's bell with the new clapper The Peter's Bell without a clapper Bells Background and terminology Bell ... Petersglocke Swan Bells Tom Tower Tsar Bell World Peace Bell Coordinates 50°56′28″N 6°57′26″E / 50.9411°N 6.9573°E / 50.9411 6.9573 ...
Dōtaku
... Dōtaku (銅鐸?) are Japanese bells smelted from relatively thin bronze and richly decorated ... There is a dotaku museum http//www.city.yasu.lg.jp/map/24.html devoted to the bells in Yasu city in Southern Japan http//www.city.yasu.lg.jp/map/24.html Bells Background and terminology Bell Bellfounding Bell ... Petersglocke Swan Bells Tom Tower Tsar Bell World Peace Bell ...

Famous quotes containing the word bell:

    You owe me ten shillings,
    Say the bells of St. Helen’s.
    When will you pay me?
    Say the bells of Old Bailey.
    When I grow rich,
    Say the bells of Shoreditch.
    Pray when will that be?
    Say the bells of Stepney.
    I am sure I don’t know,
    Says the great bell of Bow.
    —Unknown. The Bells of London (l. 13–22)