Pyatkov & Co., Kamensk-Uralskij
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Please contact us. We can help you to determine your needs and the possibilities that would be best for your situation and within your budget.
Settle on your largest bell first: you'll find it's easier to match smaller bells to a deeper tone than to match a deeper tone to higher ones. Start with the largest you can afford and get as many smaller ones in sequence as your budget can afford. We recommend that you include at least No. 8, as it is the smallest to allow a custom icon and inscription. Or choose one of the following a Zazvonny/Podzvonny sets, and a Blagovest, if possible.
Here are some suggested sets (select one group from each category):
|1||Nos 1-2-3||Nos. 5-7-8||No. 11|
|2||Nos. 2-3-4||Nos. 5-7-9
or Nos. 6-7-8
|3||Nos. 1-2-3-4||Nos. 7-8-9||No. 13|
Click here to see a list of icons currently available. If you don't find the saint you're looking for, the foundry is willing to carve a new mould for a nominal fee. This will normally add about a month to your order.
50 donors can raise $12,000 in 6 months by contributing only $10, or just over the price of a movie per week, even without any special memorial donations!
In other words, for almost nothing you can order a basic set of Russias finest traditional bells in about 3 months with 50% down, and have them completely paid for by the time they arrive, some 3 to 6 months later.