Flight of bell-rope is coxcomb hitched around core of braided cotton line. At throat of eye is a two bight four part turks-head. Body of bell-rope is a square two strand sennet around a cotton pudding all in waxed cotton. The unit is completed with a two strand, seven bight turks-head. Attached to flight by twine s a 1.5 cm round piece of bronze sheared off from bell. Labelled as, ringer from St. Roch bell and bell rope St. Roch.