Australia's Condamine Bell Copper
The original "Condamine Bell" was developed in 1868, by Samuel Williams Jones and named after the Queensland town of Condamine. It was larger than the British cattle bells at the time, designed especially for Australian conditions. This 5 1/2″ (14cm) replica is available in copper-plated to give a durable, rustic finish. Use it for a quirky door-bell or decorative piece if you don't have cattle!
Made in Stanthorpe, Australia
Available in copper