There is more than one way to preserve the sound of historic church bells. These in a decorative clock tower to note a city Anniversary is one we love at The Verdin Company.
Historic bell restoration can be required due to age or a calamity.
For nearly two years the Mazomanie United Church of Christ fought triple disaster. As a result, the combination kept the sanctuary closed, congregation home and the bell silent. Those blows came in the form of:
Disaster struck Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in Easton, MN in September of 2018 when a large storm swept through the area. The top of the church tower ended up flat on the ground along with all three bells. This required a complete bell restoration. Pictures of the damage can be seen on Our Lady of Mt. Carmel’s Website.
A bronze bell made in the iconic shape of HERSHEY’s KISSES? Yes!
The Verdin Company designed, cast and installed this beauty for Hershey’s Chocolatetown, an all new region at Hersheypark, where fun meets chocolate. It opened the summer of 2020 in, where else? Hershey, PA.
We are honored to do such work and we are are proud to share these photos! Why? Because, they show the artistry, craftsmanship, and innovation, that The Verdin Company puts into each and every project we create.
We love what we do!
Cast by Verdin – Brigham Young University Legacy Bells. These hand-sized bells were unveiled at the BYU vs East Carolina Pirates football activities and available to BYU fans, supporters, and alumni. Bells are 8” and 10” bronze bell replicas of the bells in their iconic carillon bell tower on their main campus in Provo Utah. A great gift for Cougar fans and alumni! Space available on back to engrave message.
The Lutheran Reformation Bell: Commemorating 500 years of the Reformation, Martin Luther, and the Lutheran Faith.
The bell incorporates symbols of the Lutheran faith to honor the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. The sound and presence of the bell will continue to inspire generations of Lutherans and be a constant reminder of the foundation of their faith.
One of the most familiar images and sounds of the New York Stock Exchange on the evening news is the loud ringing of a bell, signaling the opening or closing of the day’s trading. The first bell rang at the NYSE in the 1870s with the advent of continuous trading.
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