This colonial style country kitchen phone is an authentic reproduction of early American heritage. While this beautiful recreation is designed to provide extremely high quality communications, it has all the charm of the faithful original. Originally introduced in the early 1920's, this classic features a crank handle that actually turns. The Crosley Country Kitchen Phone II features touch-tone buttons with a rotary look, complete with speaker and hold/mute functions. The handcrafted wood and veneer cabinet is enhanced with striking brushed bronze-plated hardware. This beauty is as functional as it is fabulous as it includes a pull out storage compartment, volume controls for ringer and receiver and the option to change between tone/pulse. Touch-tone buttons with a rotary look Push button hold, redial and speakerphone Brushed brass accents Front drawer and lower hooks Dimensions 12.25"w x 17.5"h x 7"d
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