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Old 2018-09-28, 4:08pm
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I would try making or flattening stubby cones, that would get you close to a bell shape.
Using one of the olive rollers that are partial shapers, what is the name? Arrowsprings carry those.

Bavarian beads has a bell shaped press, I believe Perlenpresse has one also.

Also shaped mandrels would be good. Freehanding might be better if you need a few. Full and hollow, or pressed. I would do it llike Eileen suggested.
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