The idea of a stone telephone has perhaps never occurred to you. Understandable. But now you’ve seen this one. Impressive mix of unexpected materials, is it not? Just look at how unique that layered marble is, how rich the variations in color, how deluxe it is to have a telephone made out of something other than the ubiquitous plastic that has taken over our world. This mid-century beauty would be a great extension phone; it is in beautiful aesthetic condition and the phone functions well with one exception—it doesn’t dial out. It’s possible you are too important to call people anyway, you can just wait around for people to call you on your gorgeous green marble antique style telephone.
9” H; Base is 5” W x 6” D x 3.5” H; Headset is 8.5” W
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