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This brushed chrome wall phone is a retro piece based on the Western Electric model which became very popular during the 1950s. Based on the design by the highly renowned American industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss, the wall mounted telephone is ideal for fans of this dynamic period in time. The phone features what looks like a rotary dial but which is in fact a push button technology function, to enable contemporarily accepted speeds of number dialling.

This wall phone, named the Crosley 302, will look great in a variety of interior décor styles. For any room which has a mid-20th Century retro design scheme, then this brushed chrome phone will be perfect. It will also look good in modern settings where it can act as an eclectic focal point. The phone also comes with other modern technological advances such as a tone/pulse switch, earpiece volume control, and flash/redial, amongst others. Place it in a hallway, living room or kitchen, and it will become a much admired wall feature fulfilling requirements of both function and form.

You can buy it from here:
Classic Brushed Chrome Wall Phone.

No assembly required.