In the 1980s, a Hungarian artist Edit Oborzil and her husband Tibor Jeney filed a patent for the unique bell design they had been perfecting over the previous decades, which had a sound distinct from any others.
Their bells were cast from an aluminum alloy, as opposed to the more common bronze, and contained long vertical slits along the shape of the bell, in various shapes and patterns, giving rise to a clear and harmonious chime.
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