A bonnie bell for those that like age and Eagles as well as pieces of the primitive variety. It is made of medium weight metal that has a loud and rather throaty *CLANG* to it when rung, while the Eagle is made of a type of plastic with a cast iron appearance. A looped wire from long ago separates bird and bell, unsure if it was used as a handle, to hang, or what. The clapper is a large nut and the copper clapper wire obviously hand fashioned. The bell measures 4 3/8" in height to the top of the Eagle and is just under 4.25" in diameter at the bottom. While in good condition structurally there is evidence of maturity in the form of paint loss (showing silver underneath) and rust. Sooo perfect hung outside to call everyone into dinner (just like on TV) or placed among Fall decoratives for that look of long ago.