Siren #101: Babson's Blossom

Siren #101: Babson's Blossom

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Henry Babson was a breeder of Arabian horses, and was friends with Thomas Edison. Henry and his brothers Fred and Gus had a mail order company selling phonographs, records, clothing and farm supplies. They also invented the Pine Tree Milking Machine, one of the earliest milking machines. These Morning Glory Horns were manufactured primarily for Edison phonographs in Chicago between 1893-1906.

This particular flower horn has 8 panels, its original decal, and stands approximately 24” tall, and an 18” bell.  The base is made from salvaged walnut and finished with Betty’s Board Butter (beeswax & mineral oil).  You may wish to re-oil the base occasionally.

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