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Bronze bell without équipment

By proposing the acquisition of a bell without equipment, Campanuna range, Paccard Foundry gives you the freedom to design and create your own frame or (and) to call the craftman of your choice.

Paccard bell foundry offers three ranges of bells without equipment. They differ mainly in the shape of the top of the bell.

(Code: B160-Eng)
559.00 €
Customized  unmounted bronze bell with  ship's crown The Paccard Bell Foundry let you the possibility to purchase a bell without equipment. You would be free to conceive and produce  your own mounting or call upon a local craftman of your choice.

The top of the bell is characterized by a trapezoid  form pierced horizontally with a hole, typical of bells mounted on a boat or a ship. The ship's crown is cast into the bell at the same time as the bell.

The ship's crown allows the bell to be mounted  on a boat or a ship in the purest martime tradition, or a house nearby the sea (learn more).
(Code: C160-Eng)
649.00 €
Customized bronze unmounted bell with  traditional crown Paccard bell Foundry let you possibility  to purchase a bell without equipment. You would be free to conceive and produce your own mounting or call upon a local craft man of your choice.

The top of the bell is characterized by a traditional crown as per Paccard swinging church bells. This bell summit has six branches -or "colombettes". This crown is cast into the bell as an integral part of the bell and allows the attachment of a stainless steel or wooden yoke, which - with its fittings -  is truly magnificent.

The bell with Traditional crown is an equal sensation on a wooden base, nearby a beautiful fireplace or desk for example
(Code: A160-Eng)
559.00 €
Customized bronze unmounted bell with flat top  The option from Paccard bell foundry to purchase a bell without equipment leaves you free to conceive and produce  your own mount for your bell  or call upon a local craft man of your choice.

The top of the bell is characterized by a flat top with a hole drilled in the center (central hole). A stainless steel bolt passes through  the hole attaching the clapper on the inside of the bell, and providing a method to mount the bell.

The bells with  a flat Top are also proposed for the Classical   bell (learn more).