Where does the name “Corinthian Bells” come from?

Carolyn | Friday, March 26, 2010 in Chime info, Gift info | Comments (0)

When we first started selling the popular Corinthian Bells chimes, we couldn’t figure it out either. I remember answering one gentleman that it was probably due to the ancient city of Corinth in Greece. And the chimes were reminiscent of that architecture. What a crazy, made-up answer!

Yet the answer is quite simple. With each Corinthian Bells chime, there is a small black hang tag that easily identifies the chime model, color and key. On the back of each hang tag, here’s what it says… “So faith, hope and love abide, these three, but the greatest of these is love. I Corinthians 13.”

Corinthian Bells tag "...but the greates of these is love."

Corinthian Bells tag “…but the greatest of these is love.”

It’s a perfect sentiment for a gift for a special couple, friend, or spouse.

See the full set of Corinthian Bells wind chimes we sell.

Carolyn

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