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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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.
Bell Maker premieres at 10am E/P Mike rolls up his sleeves to make giant bells at the McShane Bell Foundry in Maryland.
The bell, produced by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry, is inscribed with a quote from The Tempest's Caliban: "Be not afeard, the isle is full of noises".
The bell was produced by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry.
The party starts at 9pm with the sound of a 27-ton bell, the largest harmonically-tuned bell in the world, made by East London's 442-year-old Whitechapel Bell Foundry, which made Big Ben and Philadelphia's famous Liberty Bell.
Thousands of participants have already signed up to join in, including the Royal Navy, the Mayor of London and the famous Whitechapel Bell Foundry in east London.
The bell weighs 27 tonnes and is being struck today at the Whitechapel Bell foundry.
One of the nation's oldest family-owned manufacturers, Verdin is known for innovation — from the electric winder of clocks in 1910 to the first electric bell ringer in 1927, to the largest swinging cast bell in America to the only traveling bell foundry in the world.
The massive steel nodes that hold its twelve thousand tons of steel superstructure together required individually constructed wooden models packed in sand and fired, one by one, at a bell foundry, resulting in roughly hewn units that distract from the building's intended spatial and structural fluidity.
There we spent a unique afternoon making our very own Swiss bells at Bell Foundry Berger.
After striking his Bicentennial Bell, a one-fifth-size copy of the Liberty Bell - both were made by England-based Whitechapel Bell Foundry Ltd.