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Antiqued Copper Hanging Ships Bell 9

Antiqued Copper Hanging Ships Bell 9"

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Overall Dims: 6" L x 6" W x 9" H

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SKU: BL-2019AN-9

Antiqued Copper Hanging Ships Bell 9"

This copper and aluminum ship’s bell’s antique finished imparts a distinctive maritime feeling wherever it resides, whether hung outside as a functional bell or used as a décor item in a nautical themed room. This ship’s bell sounds as beautiful as it looks, and comes complete with a braided rope striking lanyard. For your satisfaction we offer a 100% money back guarantee, no hassle returns, in-store pickup, and professional packaging and inspections on all shipped items.

NOTE: Wall mounting hardware not included.

Key Features:
  • Solid Copper cast bell
  • Antiqued Finish of an authentic relic
  • Braided Rope striking lanyard
  • Easily Mounted in any location
  • Full Rich Tone of this functional bell
  • Quantity Discounts of 10% on orders of 20 or more, 15% on orders of 25 or more, and 20% on orders of 50 or more
WARNING WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Formaldehyde, and Styrene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Chromium and Toluene, which are known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Additional Information

In 1485 a mention is made of a brass ships bell aboard the British ship Grace Dieu, one of the first written mentions of ships bells being used aboard a sailing vessel. Almost ten years later twin ships bells were noted aboard the Regent, as their use began to spread throughout Europe. As sailing expanded exponentially, with European countries pushing ever farther into the new world, ships bells took on a variety of responsibilities at sea. Aside from decorative bells, the first bells were perfect for was marking the passage of time at sea, used to indicate the different shifts of the sailors aboard ship. As this is the case, the bells on a ship tolled not according to the hour of the day, but to inform the sailors of the changing shifts.