About The Bells
Guardian Bells are small pewter good luck bells that are born from a legend. The legend of the bells says:
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. It is considered good karma to have a bell on your door, which acts as a beacon for welcome news and prevents bad energy from entering. Many motorcycle riders and car enthusiasts attach bells to ward off mishaps and mechanical failures. You can grant this tradition of protection to anyone. Attach a Guardian® Bell to a backpack, keychain, boat, locker or anyplace else.
According to the legend, a Guardian® Bell carries twice as much power when it is purchased by a friend or loved one and given as a gift.
Each bell is made of the highest quality, lead-free pewter. They provide a soft ringing sound – enough to keep away the evil spirits, but not loud enough to be annoying 😊
Most bells are about 1.75” tall and 1” in diameter. They are small enough to fit nicely on a keychain, on a backpack, a motorcycle, a pet or anywhere else you need good karma.
In addition to bells, we have a variety of accessories. Our Guardian Angel Pins, Sunglass holders, and Zipper Pulls are popular gifts. Additionally, the Guardian Bell Hanger is a great way to securely attach a bell to your motorcycle or bicycle.
Each bell comes with a velvet pouch and a card that tells the legend of the bell.
Where to Hang Your Guardian Bell
Legend is to hang your bell as low to the ground as possible. If you’re hanging your bell on key rings, backpacks, or any item that tends to be higher up from the ground-never fear, the noise of the Guardian Bell alone is known to ward off any evil spirits.
How do I use my new Guardian Bell Hanger?
Most people will find an existing bolt on the bike and remove it. Then place the hanger behind that bolt (in the big hole), replace the hanger, and use the little hole to hang the keyring for the bell.
Many people feel you have to hang it from a very low point on the bike, but it will give you luck no matter where you hang it – top, bottom, handlebars, front, back – you name it!