The preserving pan should be made of bell metal, flat at the bottom, very large in diameter, but not deep.
Second—Take a large turned cabbage, and boil it in a bell metal pot until it is done enough, or (if you think proper) too much.
Women of the milkman caste wear bangles of bell metal, often up to the elbow.
A name sometimes applied to German silver; at others, to pale brass and bell metal.
By this process, from 100 pounds of bell metal, about 50 pounds of copper were extracted, containing only one per cent.
Bells, Steam-Whistles, and in fine every variety of article manufactured from brass or bell metal will be made at this foundry.
The fracture, close-grained, is that of steel or bell metal.
The varying tones of bells are due to the different percentages of copper and tin used in the bell metal.
Now I think of it, tell the Bishop of Clogher, he shall not cheat me of one inch of my bell metal.