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If you’re in search of a nostalgic holiday gift for Granny, reintroduce her to the graceful, elegant Kettle Desk Phone. First designed in 1937 by Henry Dreyfuss, this device served as the standard for the better part of World War II and now returns as a conversation piece, a functional landline, or simply a memento of days gone by.
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In 1920, Powel Crosley brought the radio to the masses by creating an affordable system. Today, Crosely Radio continues the tradition of crafting superior, accessible electronics with their collection of turntables, radios, and jukeboxes, all of which maintain vintage style while incorporating the latest technology.