sleigh bells

noun
any of several kinds of small bells attached to a sleigh or to the harness of the animal drawing the sleigh.

Origin:
1765–75, Americanism

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Each dancer wore between two and seven bands of sleigh bells.
Winter also means the sound of sleigh bells, and the old-fashioned pleasure of
  a horse drawn sleigh ride.
Jingling sleigh bells add holiday cheer to the hay wagon rides.
These sleigh bells or rumbler bells were ball-shaped and served many functions.
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