This vintage-style telephone is big on retro style. Introduced in 1937, the original was the first in the collection to incorporate the bell in the base of the unit. Designed by Henry Dreyfuss and originally cast in metal, this piece was later produced using heavy-duty plastic housing. This early desk version served as the standard back then and is sure to be a conversation piece today.
In 1920, dismayed by the expense of a radio receiver, Powell Crosley decided to make his own. After building one for a fraction of the price, he was quick to spot the market potential. Crosley Radio's line of superbly detailed replicas and accessories continues to thrive today. We love their cool medley of technological aptitude and vintage attitude.