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Cross-slotted Jingle Bell - XS / 14 mm

Art.Nr.: 06 K-Rolle 302 XS
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Jingle bell - cross-slot head
Jingle bell - cross-slot head
Medieval Jingle Bell sizes
Medieval Jingle Bell sizes
Medieval jingle bell size
Medieval jingle bell size
Original cross slotted bell
Original cross slotted bell
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A jingle bell like from the Middle Ages - 14 mm.

These cute little jingle bells in the shape of a ball are made of sheet iron and are available in antique, brass-plated or nickel-plated.

These miniature bells were not worn for their sound, but for decoration. In the Middle Ages, small bells like these were often used instead of a button to fasten a garment.

Over time, the bells tend to take on a duller colour and may even start to rust a little when exposed to moisture. If you want to avoid this, you should treat the bells with oil from time to time. Often, however, a more rustic appearance is even desirable in today's medieval garb.
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A jingle bell like from the Middle Ages - 14 mm.

These cute little jingle bells in the shape of a ball are made of sheet iron and are available in antique, brass-plated or nickel-plated.

These miniature bells were not worn for their sound, but for decoration. In the Middle Ages, small bells like these were often used instead of a button to fasten a garment.

Over time, the bells tend to take on a duller colour and may even start to rust a little when exposed to moisture. If you want to avoid this, you should treat the bells with oil from time to time. Often, however, a more rustic appearance is even desirable in today's medieval garb.
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