Classic Boxing Bell

This clanging conversation starter has a rich history, from the NYSE to Ali's prize fights.

$80.00

What Does History Sound Like?

From the clamor of prize fights to nail-biting closings at the New York Stock Exchange, one brass bell design has accompanied a lot of history. With its arresting ring, this authentic trip gong is modeled after those historic chimes and made by a company with a lot of history of its own: Bevin Brothers Bells. Now led by the sixth generation of the same family, Bevin made the bells that gave Clarence his wings in the classic Capra film It's a Wonderful Life and the signature sounds of Good Humor ice cream trucks. Give this sturdy, wall-mounted gong a strong pull (it takes a little muscle!) to signal dinner time, the start of family meetings, or the departure of the school shuttle. Even when silent, it makes a unique conversation starter and decorative accent infused with industrial history. Made in Connecticut.

Made in the USA
Made from
brass, steel
Measurements
4" L x 6" W x 8" H
Ingredients
Item ID
46997

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I Love this boxing bell. Well made. A piece of art!

5

We use it to signal cats it's feeding time. Instead of yelling out all the cats names, just ring the bell. It looks great almost like a piece of art. Extremely Happy with this Boxing Bell.

San Antonio, Texas

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Let's get ready to RUMBLLLLLLLEE!

5

DING DING DING, this thing is sweet. We ring it when a customer enters our establishment or if we are celebrating being awesome.

Atlanta, GA

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Very cool

5

This product like almost all products from U common goods is just very cool. This has a similiar design to the toggle switches. My mom loves it all!

Colorado

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Classic Boxing Bell

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