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Encyclopedia > John Taylor Bellfounders

John Taylor Bellfounders is, as of 2004, the world's largest bell foundry, based in Loughborough, England.


Bell making has been carried on in the Loughborough area since the middle of the fourteenth century and activities were consolidated under the Taylor family in 1784, moving to its current location in 1839.


External links

  • Company website (http://www.taylorbells.co.uk/)
  • History of the Taylor family (http://www.hibberts.co.uk/taylhist.htm)

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