This Coronet with three brass bells looks like it always been in this classic North Carolina Home. The homeowner painted the unfinished cover to match her trim.
In Santa Claus, Indiana! This ElectraChime Empire with three brass bells rings in every holiday while Kris Kringle keeps watch in an adjacent room. That the house is on Candy Cane Lane lends one more sweet note.
Santa Claus has the world's only post office to bear the name of Santa Claus and thus receives thousands of letters to Santa from all over the world each year. A group of volunteers known as Santa's Elves ensures each child receives a reply from Santa Claus; this tradition has been in existence since at least 1914.
Thanks so much for making a great doorbell. We love it. We've designed our home as a modern interpretation of a Cape Cod with real materials, and the new doorbell complements our style with a richness of real chimes; not those cheap processed sounds from the electronic boxes. And such a prompt delivery. Showed up quickly and installed very easily.
We were glad we found you on the web. Keep up the good work.
Keith and Katherine — Plymouth, Massachusetts
Photo courtesy of Covington Homes.
Talk about attention to detail. This house does.
On occasion, a client requests an ElectraChime to match existing architectural elements. In this installation, we executed a Metro cover in white oak and used the same stain as the refinished original 1930s floors.
Paired with three nickel-plated brass bells, this Oakland, California doorbell niche is stylishly retro-modern with a kind of "always been there" aesthetic.
Contact us about a doorbell to meet your own needs.
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.