bell foundry

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Noun1.Bell foundry - a foundry where bells are castbell foundry - a foundry where bells are cast  
foundry, metalworks - factory where metal castings are produced
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Tap and Mallet JB are third, a further three points behind after their 6-3 win against the Bell Foundry Blue Army.
They insist the artefacts are a "fine example" of changeringing bells and were cast at the John Taylor Bell Foundry of Loughborough in 1882.
We visited the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne, and a bell foundry, a winery, a furniture plant and other establishments, which will be part of the House of Switzerland, a hospitality house for Switzerland to be set up at Yongpyong Resort in PyeongChang.
5 The bell was the largest-ever cast in East London's Whitechapel Bell Foundry, which also cast the Liberty Bell and still runs today after nearly 500 years.
Closer to the city centre is the Grassmayr Bell Foundry.
A team of five volunteer ringers have helped take down the Easter Bell for repair in a painstaking operation overseen by a member of staff from bell foundry John Taylor & Co, of Loughborough.
A bell was rung to open the Games in London but instead of being cast in Britain, the Whitechapel Bell Foundry subcontracted the bell to Royal Eijsbouts, a facility in the Netherlands that could handle the oversized order.
The Whitechapel Bell Foundry, which was established in 1570, is the oldest manufacturing company in the UK, according to the Guinness Book of Records.
The bronze plaque to the 10 victims is being made by John Taylor & Co Bell Foundry and the cash has been given by a number of organisations and individuals.
Reading a book recently - Tales from the Torrid Zone, by Alexander Frater - I came across a section where the author visited the works of Whitechapel Bell Foundry in Whitechapel Road, London, to discuss the making of a suitable bell for a Baptist church on one of the South Sea islands.
The idea of this project was to recreate a set of bells that were as great as the ones existing before the revolution," said Paul Bergamo, head of the Cornille-Havard Bell Foundry in Normandy, which cast eight of the smaller bells in the new set.