A masterpiece of craftsmanship that will last generations
The people who work for Verdin are passionate about bells, clocks and towers. A team of designers, master craftsmen, engineers, and musicians harmoniously create unique instruments time and time again. Each Verdin bell or clock is individually created based on customer requirements and carefully fine-tuned to its environment. This makes a Verdin structure beautiful to look at, magical to listen to, and one that will last for generations to enjoy. The next time you hear a bell ringing or see a clock, chances are it was designed and built by Verdin.
“I LOVE KNOWING THAT SOMETHING I CREATED WILL STILL BE RINGING AND BRINGING JOY TO PEOPLE LONG AFTER I’M GONE.”
– RALPH JUNG, BELL AND CLOCK MAKER, 17 YEARS-THE VERDIN COMPANY
Verdin’s craftsmen have refined their skills through a perfect blend of tradition, passion, and dedication. They love what they do and have built a solid reputation for their work.
Ralph, 17-year bell and clock maker
“OUR EMPLOYEES WORK TOGETHER TO MAINTAIN THE PASSION, CONTINUE OUR TRADITION, AND ENHANCE THE COMMUNITY WITH PREMIER BELL AND CLOCK PRODUCTS.”
– ROBERT VERDIN, III, 6TH GENERATION VERDIN, CEO
Tim, 38-year master craftsman and welder
Tim Verdin, six generation Verdin, PRESIDENT
“WHEN WE CAST BELLS AND BUILD CLOCKS WE PUT A LOT OF OURSELVES AND HARD WORK INTO IT.”
– TIM VERDIN, SIX GENERATION VERDIN, PRESIDENT
Our engineers have over 100 years of combined experience.
Real stories about helping customers leave a lasting legacy, a permanent tribute, and adding the inspirational sound of bells that bring communities together.
The casting of the first Honor Bell
HONOR BELL FOUNDATION, DENVER, CO
Verdin partnered with The Honor Bell Foundation to add military artifacts of twelve deceased veterans to 2200-degree molten bronze. Verdin then cast a special 1000 pound bell. The Honor Bell was dedicated at Fort Logan National Cemetery, where it will live and toll as a final tribute to veterans.