Brian B. of Great Neck New York writes: "You have made my home complete." Brian didn't mention that this Coronet with three brass bells is his second ElectraChime purchase for a new home. Shot on an iPhone.
"Here is our new ElectraChime at home in Alameda. The niche is occupied again, and it looks and sounds great! Thanks for your work, Eric."
ElectraChime Empire Tubular Doorbell with two brass bells.
Edna Hibel's prolific work has been featured on playing cards, as dolls and as reproductions for her fans. In response to criticism of a line of Royal Doulton plates featuring her work, Ms Hibel told the Boston Globe:
“I’m flattered by the good company I’ll be keeping on the plate rails and china closets of the world.”
ElectraChime is flattered to share a wall with Edna Hibel.
Jeff S. writes from Michigan:
The house was built in 1936 in Grosse Pointe, MI. I believe it originally had a buzzer that was located in the breakfast room/kitchen and was relocated during the kitchen remodel 30 years ago to a back hallway. The dogs have not caught on that the chime means someone is at the door….a lot less barking. I think the chimes add a classy sound and certainly look better than the old plastic chime box from the 80’s that was there.
This ElectraChime Coronet was ordered unfinished and painted to match the white trim of this entry in a Colorado Springs home. A wise choice against the intricate wallpaper. I like how the tubular bells shine.