Ernst Gruler's original Sound Sculptures were made from repurposed scrap steel and pressure canisters, with a liberal sprinkling of industrial chic, and the technical and aesthetic attention to detail that informs all of Ernst's work. The bell is meant to be rung, and in many cases other parts of the sculpture also resonate when struck. This is why he calls them Sound Sculptures: they invite exploration and interaction, along with the contemplation of the origin and previous functions of the various scrap components of the sculptures. Studio A Home has reproduced Ernst's original Sound Sculptures from iron. They exactly reflect the component parts of his originals.