The history of Bevin Bros. and of the US bell industry is nearly two centuries old. Since the very early 1800s, the Bevin family has been crafting bells in the same little town in central CT, and now has close to 100 years of stamping expertise. With an unwavering commitment to quality and the same deeply rooted values that launched this business, our products have withstood the test of time, and continue to deliver the same wonderful sound and bring the same joy to users.  You probably don’t realize how well you know us.  Bevin Bros. makes most of the bells that the Salvation Army bell ringers use with their iconic kettles during the holiday season; it was a Bevin Gong Bell that opened and closed the NYSE for nearly seven decades; a Bevin Bell gave Clarence his wings in the iconic “It’s a Wonderful Life” movie;  Good Humor trucks ignited the taste buds of children growing up as they rang their Bevin Bells throughout the neighborhoods; and many a prize fight featuring legend Muhammad Ali was marked by the gong of a Bevin Bell.

We do small to large runs; progressive, compound, secondary, and deep draw stamping. We take care of finishing, cleaning, deburring; powder coat painting, pad printing, assembly & packaging. Our press inventory contains (3) 150-ton presses, a 60-ton press, a 35-ton press, lathes, tubing cutoff, ad tool & dye repair and maintenance. With our large expertise and extraordinary quality, less than 1 out of every 5,000-10,000 products ever has an issue.

Bevin Bros. stamps products from bells to garden tools to bottle openers; bilge pumps to fishing lures to steel hangers, and so many more.

We are based in East Hampton, CT, also known as Bell Town, because of its roots as the center of bell manufacturing in this country.  Once home to more than 30 bell-related companies, Bevin Brothers is the only one remaining.  Our stamping business is extensive and impressive, and we invite you to check it out