Cast brass bells with fine sound
Art. no. 3643 Diameter 3’’ - 8cm, Height 7cm, Jib 6cm, Weight 0,3kg
Art. no. 3644 Diameter 4’’ - 10cm, Height 10cm, Jib 8cm, Weight 0,65kg
Art. no. 3645 Diameter 5’’ - 13cm, Height 13cm, Jib 8cm, Weight 0,8kg
Art. no. 3646 Diameter 6’’ - 15cm, Height 15cm, Jib 10cm, Weight 1,65kg
Art. no. 3647 Diameter 7’’ - 18cm, Height, 18cm, Jib 12cm, Weight 2,4kg
Art. no. 3648 Diameter 8’’ - 20cm, Height, 21cm, Jib 17cm, Weight 3,4kg
Made in India.
Notes on Brass
Brass is an alloy, CuZn33Pb2, consisting of approx. 65% copper, 33% zinc and 2% lead.
As a rule these products have not been lacquered, if nothing else has been indicated. It means that in time the brass will be tarnished, it will turnmore golden or grey, perhaps get patches, all depending on the the influence of the surroundings. All unlacquered brass ware is suitable for engravings. If one wishes a highly polished surface back, all that’s needed is polishing the brass. If candle wax is to be removed, the easiest way is applying boiling water, perhaps with a dash of detergent. Immediately wipe dry with a soft piece of cloth.
Polishing of brass:
Only use soft pieces of cotton. Please, all sharp objects be banned! Polish like “Rød Egern” should be applied.