Does anything say "mid-century" better? Galion, Ohio was once on the cutting edge of the telecommunications technology, manufacturing the world's first one-piece telephone for the Swedish company Ericsson. This pale yellow example is in good vintage original condition, with all functions working perfectly. There is some fading in the color but overall it still presents well. There are some stress cracks but nothing structural--it is ready to be plugged in and used today. It does not have a ringer (as many Ericofons don't because they were meant to be extension phones) so let your other phones do the ringing but use this one to answer in style!
8.25" H x 3.5" W x 4" D
Executives once kept their telephones in boxes, so as not to mar the civilized landscape of their impressive desks. (This was, of course, before the ubiquitous desktop... View full product details
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... View full product details
Los Angeles will host the Olympics in 2028, which brings back memories from the 1984 Summer Olympics, also in the city of angels. The LA... View full product details
Ah, the iconic Ericofon. Does anything say "mid-century" better? Galion, Ohio was once on the cutting edge of the telecommunications technology, manufacturing the world's first... View full product details