1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker

Here we have this Wonderful "DANCING LADIES" Speaker was Stewart Warner's Top of the line speaker (See History). The case is made of brass which has an INCREDIBLY BEAUTIFUL aged ALL ORIGINAL Bronze patina. The scantily clad & partially nude girl dancers were made & stylized in the Greecian or Neoclassical design or style. They are embossed so that the raised relief of their features ie... Hair, Gowns, facial features, hands, & individual body parts are presented as Lifelike & Realistic. They are quite STUNNING! We also have in another listing the Original Stewart Warner Radio that was found & came out of the same Old PA. Estate house.

History: The Stewart-Warner Corp. was founded & began in 1905 as the Stewart and Clark Co., founded by John Stewart, and made automotive parts, particularly speedometers. In 1912 John Stewart joined with Edgar Bassick to make vehicle instruments and horns. Bassick owned Alemite Co. and Stewart had bought the Warner Instrument Company; thus the name was changed to the Stewart-Warner Corporation. Their speedometers were used in the Ford Model T. Their Radio production began in 1925, and to support its radio products, Stewart-Warner bought the O&T tube factory in New York City, which had previously made Silvertone tubes.
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Size : It is 14” tall and 12” wide

Condition:
The Beautiful cond of this is self evident in the clean (Original) finish, the cond of the cloth (All Original), & it even has it's Original speaker cable wire! The case comes dent free & still has it's ORIGINAL name tag with all original paint & finish.

Item ID: 0795

1925 Art Deco Stewart Warner Wood Radio Bronze Figural Nude Girl Dancer Speaker

$498

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