Modern technology can be pretty cool, but the charm and nostalgia of vintage electronics never goes out of style. This distinct, cherry red phone's design was used in the 1950s, and in 1973, MoMA brought it into its exquisite collection. Now you can add this work of art to your home décor. Just plug it into a standard landline, dial up a friend using the push buttons on the base of the phone, and make plans for a trip to the museum. Don't have a landline these days? Display it as a purely decorative sculpture next to your flat screen TV. If you're looking for fine retro furnishing, this phone is certainly a good call!
- 98mmW x 212mmH x 110mmD
- Elegant nostalgic styling, push button dialing, redial button, ringer on/off switch, receiver hi/low switch, plugs into standard phone socket.