|Genre||Sand casting foundry|
|Founder||Mr Heikki Juutilainen|
|Mr Eljas Juutilainen|
|Products||Church bells, jingle bells, sleight bells, reliefs, grave crosses, family crests, business gifts|
|Website||Juutila Foundry Museum|
The different kinds of bells and mortars and pestles were one of the main products in the early history of the foundry. The products of Juutila were originally sold as far as in Vyborg and Sortavala in Karelia. Some of the products found their way even to St. Petersburg.
In the 1940s the foundry made a large number of school bells. Five men were working in the foundry then. In the 1960s Juutila Foundry started to make church bells, which became the main products in the 1980s and 1990s. Nowadays Juutila Foundry manufactures about half a dozen church bells annually.
Foundry worked the first hundred years in an old workshop. The new foundry building of brick was built in 1982.
Craftsmanship since 1881
Nowadays Mr Eljas Juutilainen carries on the tradition of his forebears by sand casting. The craft of casting and foundry work came to Juutila farm with Juutilainen's grandfather's uncle from nearby Juankoski ironworks. The history of Juutila Foundry dates back to 1881.
Mr Eljas Juutilainen is a third-generation craftsman. He has been working at the foundry more than 40 years. Juutilainen was awarded Finnish State Award of Industrial Arts in 1975. Finnish Chambers of Commerce has given him Golden Medal of Merit. Cross of Merit of the Order of the Lion of Finland was awarded him by President of Finland.
Juutila Foundry has manufactured church bells e.g. to these churches in Finland:
- Hartola, Hartola Church
- Kaavi, Luikonlahti Orthodox Chapel
- Kangasala, Sahalahti Church
- Kempele, Kempele Church
- Kiuruvesi, Lapinsalo Church
- Kontiolahti, Kontiolahti Church
- Kuopio, Church of the Resurrection of Christ (Ylösnousemuksen kirkko) in Juankoski
- two brass bells (since 1990)
- bigger bell: diameter about 77 cm (ca 30 inches), weight 265 kg (about 584 pounds), pitch B
- smaller bell: diameter about 60 cm (ca 24 inches), weight 135 kg (about 298 pounds), pitch D
- Kuopio, Juankoski Orthodox Church
- Kuopio, Murtolahti Chapel in Nilsiä
- brass bell (since 2005)
- diameter about 41 cm (about 16 inches)
- Lahti, Mukkula Parish Centre
- Lapinlahti, Alapitkä Church
- Lappeenranta, Orthodox church of Lappeenranta 
- bronze bell, weight 180 kg
- Nivala, Karvoskylä Chapel
- Nokia, Pinsiö Church
- Pyhäjoki, Pyhäjoki Church
- Pyhäjärvi, Pyhäjärvi Church
- Ristijärvi, Ristijärvi Church
- Savonlinna, Haukiniemi Orthodox Chapel
- Utsjoki, Nuorgam
Venehjärvi Orthodox Chapel in Republic of Karelia, Russia, and church in Koltuši (Колтуши), Russia, have also bells from Juutila Foundry. They have exported Juutila bells also to Australia, Bolivia, Kenya, Namibia, Senegal, Tanzania and Uruguay.
Juutila Foundry Museum
In the beginning of new millennium they decided to establish a foundry museum to preserve foundry's history. By the expertise of the Finnish National Board of Antiquities the items of the old foundry were counted. They listed almost 2 000 objects from the foundry.
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- "Haukiniemen tsasouna (Haukiniemi Orthodox Chapel)" (in Finnish). Haukiniemen kulttuurikyläyhdistys ry. 15 October 2013. Retrieved 15 October 2013.
-  Kaavi, Juutilan kellovalimon siirto, Finnish National Board of Antiquities, January 12, 2013 (in Finnish)