You can call us most anything, just don't call us late for dinner. Back in 1802, when William Beekman had his mercantile near the farm, triangular "chuckwagon bells" were probably a pretty hot seller. Beekman built his mercantile at the end of the Loonenburg Turnpike for good reason: it was the last stop for supplies for folks heading west. Chuckwagon bells were popular since they were flat and therefore easier to pack.
Our super-big dinner bell is hand forged by Vermont blacksmith, Molly Petraska, and comes with leather hanging strap, striker, wall mount & screw. All pieces have a natural boiled linseed oil finish. Metal will develop a rustic dark rusted patina over time if used outdoors.