Bronze, bell-metal, and probably all the other alloys of tin with copper present the same peculiarities.
They place them in the bell-metal vessel in which the rice was boiled.
The bells were cast in Spain and much silver jewellery and household plate were melted with the bell-metal.
There is also antimony in brass, concave mirrors, bell-metal, &c.
The food is served on a plantain leaf or a bell-metal plate.
Married men also beg, but only use a bell-metal gong and a wooden mallet.
They are Oriya workers in bell-metal, and manufacture dishes, cups and plates.
These machines were made wholly of iron, excepting the bushes for the gudgeons working in, which were of bell-metal.
Persons observing vows are not allowed an oil bath, to eat off bell-metal plates, or to eat certain articles of food.
For grinding, bell-metal or soft iron slips are desirable, and the grinding is effected by means of oil stone powder and oil.