Petal bells: Bells decorated with a daisy or horseshoe pattern
American horse bell makers: Some of the foundries in the 1800s and early 1900s
Swedish bells: Large bells usually with six distinctive pie wedges on the top
Round ridge bells: Similar in shape to a petal bell but without the decorative daisy pattern
Globe bells: Small, smooth bells with an egg or spherical shape
Band bells: Small bells with cone-shaped faces
Specialty bells: Small bells with unusual shapes or decorative patterns. Acorn, raspberry, fish scale, flower bud, Eastlake, etc.
Machine-stamped bells: Bells formed from sheet brass by machines
Double- and triple-throat bells: Bells with two or three throats (slits)
Open-mouth bells: 'Liberty' bells and Swiss cow bells (also called Saignelegier bells)
Saddle chimes, shaft bells, and foot gongs: Bells with two or more clappers
Crotals: What are the parts of a sleigh bell? How is it made?
Shank & rivet bells: How are bells attached to a strap?
Other bells: Bells that are not sleigh bells. Bells of Sarna, elephant, tiger, dance, holiday collectible, falconer, hawk, etc.
Bell straps & brackets: How were bells put on a horse or its vehicle?
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