Berger Aluminum Bell no. 9
Ø: ca. 9 cm
Hanger: 4 cm
Height: ca. 8 cm
Weight: ca. 0.130 kg
The different sounds of the bells mean:
B = bass, G = very bright, H = bright, M = middle position
The numbers on the top of the bells correspond approximately to the lower outer diameter of the bell.
You will also find suitable bell, calf, sheep, pasturage and goat straps in our assortment.
Bronze cowbells combine Swiss tradition with more than 285 years of experience from the Bell Foundry Berger. The hand-made sand mold is destroyed every time the new cowbell is born, whether it's bell no. 5 or No. 36, the expert speaks of the lost form. You get a piece of living history that exists only once in the world. Experience a little insight into the manufacturing process with fire, metal and craftsmanship: A bell is created (Video Seminar Gold)
No matter which unique item you choose, you will always make the right choice and stand out from ordinary gifts.
First class materials
The alloy of the bells consists of a special aluminum alloy which has been developed in the in-house laboratory as well as in cooperation with aluminum casting experts. The casting process and the preparation of the alloy has been tried and tested during innumerable steps.
The bell clapper is set exactly on the impact ring and consists of a softer alloy than the bell bronze to ensure a long life of the bell.
Cowbells have been used in agriculture for many years for the protection of the herd. If something is wrong with the animals or if a predator approaches the herd, the farmer, shepherd or alpineer hears this from the sound of the bells and can react accordingly quickly. Also, the responsible person finds the animals reliably even in the thickest fog, if all technical aids already fail.
A peal usually consists of different tuned bells with different sounds. Thus, every peal is unique.
Did you know?
Bells mean protection and keep evil spirits away from the house, yard and loved ones. In addition, anyone who hears the sound of a bell has luck.
Cannons were cast for war purposes, while bells were cast during peacetime. That's why a beautiful bell and the accompanying sound are also a sign of peace and security.