Siren #63: Lady Pink

Siren #63: Lady Pink


She's big and beautiful and speaks for herself.

This deign of phonograph horn was sometimes called a Flower Horn, Morning Glory Horn, or Petalled Horn. These horns were cheaper to make than spun brass horns, and distributed sound better for their size.

Lady Pink is an Antique Morning Glory Phonograph Horn with 10 panels. She co-habitates with a reclaimed walnut base. Approximately 28” tall with a 21.5” bell.

She currently resides with Antoinette Dendtler in Philadelphia, PA. We couldn’t be more happy!

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