Modeled after the candlestick desk telephones of the 1920's and 30's, which were generally black, this fabulous gold chrome model is from 1982. Surprise! (Not really.) What a terrific example of 80's aesthetics, where the spirit of "Make it shiny!" extended to the revival of Art Deco style. Everything works on this phone. You may have to teach yourself and/or others to use the dial, but that is part of the fun. Made well, in Korea, for Onyx Telephones. Ready to plug in to your jack any time you need a little glamour in your life.
12" H x 7" W (base) x 5.5" D
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