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Brass Titanic Bell 8"

Overall Dims: 8" H x 6" L x 6" W
SKU#: BL-2028

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Dimensions: 8" H x 6" L x 6" W

Brass Titanic Bell 8" Description

This replica of an RMS Titanic ship’s brass bell is inspired by actual relics recovered from the wreck of the RMS Titanic cruise ship itself. Now your home, office, or den can share in the majesty and luxury of history’s most famous ocean liner with this lustrously shining, engraved RMS Titanic replica ship’s bell. For your satisfaction we offer a 100% money back guarantee, no hassle returns, in-store pickup, and professional packaging and inspections on all shipped items.

  • RMS Titanic Replica of recovered relics
  • Engraved “Titanic” on face of bell
  • Solid Brass cast bell
  • Highly Polished to a lustrous shine
  • Braided Rope striking lanyard
  • Easily Mounted in any location
  • Full Rich Tone of this functional bell
  • Detaches from Bracket Arm for mounting in any location
  • Quantity Discount of 10% on orders of 20 or more, 15% on orders of 25 or more, and 20% on orders of 50 or more

Designed after the brass bell of the Titanic, the largest passenger ship the world had ever seen, these bells for sale are gleaming reminders of a ship that was deemed unsinkable and was a legendary sight to behold. At 882 feet long, with some of the most advanced technology of the time incorporated, the Titanic was a floating palace featuring luxuriously designed cabins, rich woods, polished brass, and a massive brass bell, as well as crystal throughout. Featuring a pool, gym, squash court, hammams, and fine dining restaurants, the ship was truly ahead of its time. Although it was the most advanced ship of its time, on the fateful day of April 15, the Titanic made history through tragedy.

On that day, with the unfortunate combination of deadly waters and human error, the Titanic struck an iceberg, sheering the starboard side and causing the ship’s compartments to begin filling with icy water. Though the brass bell was rung to alert the ship engineers to change course, there was not enough time to maneuver the massive ship and collision was unavoidable. With no other ships near enough to attempt a rescue, and as the ship quickly sank, passengers who were lucky enough to make it to a lifeboat spent their next hours waiting and praying as the RMS Carpathia sailed to their aid. Three days later the Carpathia docked in New York, the survivor’s of the tragedy finally went ashore, and the brief life of the Titanic had come to a close. Crafted from solid bell brass, these ship bells represent an essential piece to a legendary ship; though the Titanic went down in infamy, she will forever hold a special place in history and in the imaginations of generations to come.

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Designed after the brass bell of the RMS Titanic, the largest passenger ship the world had ever seen, these bells for sale are gleaming reminders of a ship that was deemed unsinkable and was a legendary sight to behold. At 882 feet long, with some of the most advanced technology of the time incorporated, the Titanic was a floating palace featuring luxuriously designed cabins, rich woods, polished brass and a massive brass bell, and crystal throughout. Featuring a pool, gym, squash court, hammams, and fine dining restaurants, the ship was truly ahead of its time. Although it was the most advanced ship of its time, on the fateful day of April 15 the Titanic made history through tragedy. On that day, with the unfortunate combination of deadly waters and human error, the Titanic struck an iceberg, sheering the starboard side and causing the ship’s compartments to begin filling with icy water. Though the brass bell was rung to alert the ship engineers to change course, there was not enough time to maneuver the massive ship and collision was unavoidable. With no other ships near enough to attempt a rescue, and as the Titanic quickly sank, passengers who were lucky enough to make it to a lifeboat spent their next hours waiting and praying as the RMS Carpathia sailed to their aid. Three days later the Carpathia docked in New York, the survivors of the tragedy finally ashore, and the brief life of the Titanic had come to a close. Crafted from solid bell brass, these ship bells represent an essential piece of a legendary ship. Though the Titanic went down in infamy, she will forever hold a special place in history and in the imaginations of generations to come.