Guardian® Bells

Custom Reorder Case of 12

Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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I would like to order bells, but the ones I want seem to be out of stock - Heart, Cladaugh and Star of dAVID

12/26/2015 by gerri

No review - no products


Did not receive my full order.

12/26/2015 by Sharon

I will never buy another thing from The Grommet. I was shorted 2 bells from my order. I sent an email as was requested by The Grommet and they never responded to me. Maybe The Grommet will read this and fulfill my order. They took my money with no problem


defective item

12/21/2015 by carol

out of the six or seven I purchased, this one had a stuck bell and didn't ring. It was a short shaft and requested a exchange but haven't received the new one or have gotten a return label for the old one. Disappointed, this was a Christmas present.



12/18/2015 by Myra

Great stocking stuffer!


Missing bells

12/17/2015 by Joseph

Like the bells very much. Ordered three and received one. Packing slip said other bells will ship separately but it has been a month and no bells. Disappointed!



12/8/2015 by William

the bell is nicely made but does NOT ring! There is a slight, metallic tink when the clapper hits the bell.



11/12/2015 by marilyn

I have ordered 12 bells and only disappointed in the St Christopher.You can't read what it says and the pictures is not clear. I will nit give it as a gift.


the bell has no ringtone.

7/6/2015 by Terry

I should have known, since the bell was made from pewter, that it couldn't ring.

But, was very disappointed. It shouldn't be called a bell. Maybe a charm or keepsake. But the description is misleading.



6/15/2015 by Debbie

Disappointed. Doesn't ring when hanging on a door.


No Sound

3/23/2015 by Donald

I expected to hear the bell ring. It didn't.

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The Guardian® Bells Story

Guardian Bells | The Grommet

Put a ring on it

With Guardian® Bells, you can give the gift of good fortune. Maker Adam Hizme, a second-generation jeweler, creates these handsome pewter bells in Arizona for the purpose of bestowing good luck upon their recipients.

The use of bells as a channel for positive energy dates back to antiquity. Across cultures, continents, and religions, bells have been rung to banish evil spirits at ceremonies, funerals, and even in everyday life. It’s considered good feng shui to have a bell on your door, which acts as a beacon for welcome news and prevents bad energy from entering. On the other end of the
spectrum, many serious bikers attach bells to the bottom of their rides—a decades-old custom believed to ward off mishaps and mechanical failures.

Thanks to Guardian® Bells, you can grant this tradition of protection upon anyone. Attach one to a backpack, keychain, boat, locker door, or anyplace else. According to legend, the bells have twice as much power when given as a gift. Choose a design that fits your loved one’s style, and present them with a double dose of good luck.
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