This heirloom-quality "harness drop" looks and sounds lovely hanging on a door knob or hanging on the lines (reins) where they cross between your team of horses.
Features solid brass "spots" and five small bells that date to the late 1800s or early 1900s. We hand pick the bells for a pleasing choral sound. Because the bells are smaller, they have a light, bright sound. Please note these bells may have visual flaws, including casting defects, hairline cracks, scratches, etc.
The piece is fully lined on the back with bridle leather, is stitched around the edges, and comes standard with a solid-brass hanging ring large enough to slip over most door knobs. It is available in your choice of black (shown) and dark brown. View colors...
A slightly smaller solid-brass ring with a 2" inner diameter or a solid brass snap can be substituted for the large ring. This hardware will allow this piece to be fastened to the harness or used as a line drop. Use the "Notes" section to explain.
About 4 1/2 inches wide, 10 1/2 inches long with the large ring, as shown. Leather is 4 1/2 inches wide, 7 1/2 inches long.
More about our bells...
Sold per each. Made to order -- allow about 2 weeks for us to make this item.