[Bell Historians] Re: Who casts the best bells?

LOVE, Dickon dickon.love at IuPmpNylvUP39Gb693lU--S6sq7OzGRq65SAKtRYJ954fZm6y_Eq1s7w3WQoXMOccdSszx3E2QitTP_HzN8bySbN.yahoo.invalid
Thu May 4 08:30:34 BST 2006

"And, of course, using the English foundries means that you can get the
three best: 
Gillett & Johnston (profiles & tuning available from either)"

Don't we have another founder also? I know they have yet to prove their
worth, but the Hayward Mills bell at Southwark is not a bad sounding
advertisement for them.



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