1950s Truvox Wavox Pastelex Art Deco Radio Loudspeaker
This is a wonderfully stylish 1950s Truvox Wavox Pastelex Art Deco Radio Loudspeaker. If you have a vintage 1940s/50s Art Deco radio then this loudspeaker will make a wonderful additional display item! What a name too: certainly goes with the ‘wavy’ kitsch design of the loudspeaker,
The case is made from an unusual casein based polymer. Originally, it had a poor surface finish with a lurid semi translucent orange/pink/blue hue! It has now been lovingly restored to a very smooth and shiny finish in a beautiful black and buttermilk colour way, which would suit most offices and man caves or she dens.
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According to Grace’s Guide
Truvox was well known for its Public Address loudspeakers and systems. These covered the whole spectrum of this market and included such units as horns and loudspeakers for cinemas and many acoustic devices for the Forces which Truvox had developed and produced during World War Two.