Offered by: Bizarre Bazaar
By Appointment Only New York City, NY , United States Call Seller 212.517.2100


14K Gold and Enamel Princess Phone Charm Lights Up!

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  • Description
    This is the BEST telephone charm we have ever run across. Styled after the iconic Princess Telephone designed by Henry Dreyfuss in 1959, it was primarily marketed to women, to be used in the bedroom because of the light up dial. This miniature has a removable handset, attached by the telephone's coil to the body. The rotary dial shows that it was the original version, as later models of the Princess phone features push buttons. There is a small button on the back of the charm that when push, lights up the phone! How cool is that? Recently serviced with a new battery, spring and bulb, this hard to find gem is fully operation and in perfect condition. Signed 14k and AC (American Charms) on back. Exceptional detail and quality.
    Approx. 4.84 dwt and about 1" long. Can also be worn as a pendant.
  • More Information
    Origin: United States
    Period: 1950-1999
    Materials: 14K Gold & Enamel
    Condition: Good. Excellent and Working
    Creation Date: 1960s
    Metals: Enamel, Gold, Yellow Gold
    Gender: Ladies'
    Styles / Movements: Mid-Century, Fine Jewelry
    Incollect Reference #: 332725
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Bizarre Bazaar opened its first retail location in NYC back in 1985, specializing in Antique Toys, Vintage Transportation & Industrial Models, Perfume Bottles and Art Deco

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