Classically functional, dinner bell Triangle. When dinner was ready at the messhall, an iron dinner bell was rung to call in the campers from their work in the fields and barn. This was the most popular style bell for decades in the late 1800s and early 1900 largely due to the clear distinctive sound that long distances. Hand forged by a St. Louis blacksmith from steel. This chuck-wagon dinner bell is made from 3/8" square stock. The triangle is 1’x 1’ x 1’. Comes with a 11" ringer that has a nice forged twist in the handle. The handle has a hooked end for handing from the bell.