The Bevin family has been crafting quality bells for more than 180 years. Once one of many bell makers in America, today Bevin Brothers is the only remaining company manufacturing just bells in the United States. The Bevin family, now in its sixth generation of ownership, still oversees all operations of the business in East Hampton, Connecticut. In an era when the manufacturing of almost all goods consumed by Americans is unfortunately located overseas, the Bevin family continues to domestically produce the world's finest bells with a 100% customer-satisfaction guaranteed.

Against all odds, the Bevins have maintained their business for nearly two centuries. They take pride in the fact that each bell they make is backed by many generations of experience, quality and trust.


5 Responses to History

  • Kenda Miller says:

    Dear Sirs:  I recently purchased a set of beautiful bells.  I fell in love with their quality and sound & my husband bought them for me for our 36th anniversary.  As I inspected them for a name I found Bevin Bells and proceeded to do some research which has led me to your site.  They appear to be older, and from you site I found out they are called "Ice Cream Bells", but there is no date on them and I was wondering if there was any way to tell their age.   If you can help, please email me.  Either way, I love them and I can't wait to put them on my door at home.  Thank you and God bless!  K. Miller, Burlington, WV   PS. I was sorry to hear about your tragic loss of your factory and of all days, my birthday, but I hope you will rebuild and continue to make these fine bells.

  • Spencer says:

    Hi,   In the 1950's and 1960's my parents had a company: Natalie Jewelry and Novelty Co and they bought many Bevin Bells from you to sell to their clients who owned gifts shops in the New England area. Some of the bells they bought were: 1.  Ashtray Bell ( it had an ashtray on the bottom and a bell that was on the top of a curved stand). 2. A beautiful bell that had four bells and each bell had a bird on the top and to ring the bell, one would turn or twist it. It made a beautiful tone. Do you still make unusual bells like these two bells?   Spencer  

  • Laurier Byer says:

    I just finished installing one of your lovely doorbells!! How wonderful to hear the happy ring of a "non electric " bell in our home! I am so sorry to hear of your loss. We will indeed pray for you! I believe the Lord wants you to know that you shall rise from the ashes, and that He will bless you in this and many other ways.
    Yours in Christ

  • Craig Brown says:

    We were so sorry to hear about your factory burning. My daughter loves bells and we would love to visit you someday….so we hope and pray that you rebuild. We are making a small donation to help the cause.
    Best Wishes,
    The Brown Family
    Lebanon, CT

  • Carll Pallokat says:

    Rebuild yes, Design a commerative bell for the town, price it so you make a decent profit and start selling orders even before you rebuild.  Good luck and godspeed ahead!

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