Retro Vintage Telephone Music Box

$39.90

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Retro Vintage Telephone Music Box

This Retro Vintage Telephone Music Box is an absolute classic clockwork based music box. The finishing of this music box is simply marvelous. To play music, simply rotate the clockwork on the rotary dialer. Then, take up the handset and enjoy the crystal clear serenity music. While playing music, the rotary dialer will be rotating as it is making phone call.

Today, collectors enjoy the romantic look of old music boxes and the delightful sound of the simple tunes played by manually cranking it up. The very first boxes at the end of the 18th century were normally made of metal and powered by a spring.

Most classic music box are based on clockwork where user will need to rotate a metal cylinder to produce musical sound. Music box is a timeless masterpiece creation that survived centuries of modernization.

Be sure to send your friends, family, colleague and loved ones this cute and adorable fairy tale merry go round music box. Most importantly, cherish their day with this adorable music box is a unique way to show you care — so much longer-lasting than a social media post.

Then, celebrate all their magical moments with this brilliant looking music box. Grant them this special music box and see the priceless joy they deserved.

Product Information

Product Dimensions (L W H): 18 x 17 x 18 cm
Item Weight: 467g
Color: Dark Brown
Material: ABS plastic
Batteries: Not required
Music: Beethoven – Für Elise
What’s in the box: Retro Vintage Telephone Music Box
Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sR9-KiGkOV8

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