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About Us

Located in historic Charleston, South Carolina, Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry provides the finest cast bronze bells, renovations, electronic carillon systems, tower clocks, clock and bell towers, backed by the highest level of customer service in the industry.

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About Paccard Bells

Since 1796,  the Paccard  family has perfected the art and science of casting and musically tuning  bronze bells. Phillipe Paccard is supported in his work by his brother Cyril, who leads the design and engineering work of the foundry.

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In the News

  • Downtown Clock Tower Getting Its New Faces

    SPARTANBURG, South Carolina – The process has begun to replace the four faces on the city of Spartanburg’s historic downtown clock tower. Technicians with Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry out of Charleston removed the three remaining wooden clock faces Monday in preparation for new aluminum faces that......

  • Ring By Spring: Trading Technology for Tradition

    JACKSON, Tennessee – While villagers settled in for the night in the small town of Annecy-le-Vieux, France, thousands of red sparks from the Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry farther north shattered the darkness. They heralded what the men inside were busily preparing for: the casting of......

Company News

  • Sail Forever Free – Nautical Sculpture

    “Sail Forever Free” is a nautical sculpture designed by Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry for a client in memory of his son who had a love of sailing but tragically passed at an early age.  Unfortunately, the client also passed before this project could become reality. ......

  • Lake of the Isles Lutheran Church: Latest Bell News

    The molten bronze for the new church bell was poured in late August at the Paccard Foundry in Annecy, France. The bell mold is shown in the picture. Although the pouring takes only a minute, the bell cools slowly for 2 to3 days before the......