Harmony “Mayflower” Door Chime
This chime is from the Harmony Manufacturing Company of Los Angeles, another California company.
This early door chime has a prominent ceramic emblem that looks like the Mayflower of Plymouth Rock fame.
The strikers have leather tips which is usually found on pre-war door chimes.
The mechanism is robust with two wooden knobs for adjusting the distance of the tubes from the striker to achieve the optimum sound.
|Location of Manufacture||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Date of Manufacture||~1937|
|Cover||Painted, stamped steel. Ceramic ornament.|
|Notes||ElectraChime Collection. Museum example restored. Los Angeles photo also restored.|