MAXFIELD PRIVATE COLLECTION

1950'S ERICSSON BAKELITE PHONE

$750
Final Sale

Light green Ericofon by Ericsson "cobra" phone from the 1950's, originally designed by Ralph Lysell in 1941. Known for its sleek and serpentine design, the Ericofon went into production in 1956 and was the first to combine dial and handset into one unit. The cobra phone has been presented in design museums such as the MoMA in NYC. Proudly presented as part of the MAXFIELD Private Collection.

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COLOR: LIGHT GREEN
SIZE:

Light green Ericofon by Ericsson "cobra" phone from the 1950's, originally designed by Ralph Lysell in 1941. Known for its sleek and serpentine design, the Ericofon went into production in 1956 and was the first to combine dial and handset into one unit. The cobra phone has been presented in design museums such as the MoMA in NYC. Proudly presented as part of the MAXFIELD Private Collection.

144664

Bakelite Circa 1950’s Height: 8 1/2” Length: 4” Depth: 6” Length of cord from wall: 60”

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