The little red telephone boxes were once mixed in with London’s collection of lamp posts, traffic lights, benches, letter posts, wrought-iron fences, littered with garbage and city grit. Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott between the First and Second World Wars, the booths were made of paned glass on three sides, with a solid metal panel on the back. Progress begets progress and unfortunately the famous telephone boxes are more difficult to find these days, having been replaced by the British Telecom. Hand blown and hand-painted in Poland.
- Hand blown and hand decorated glass ornament
- Made the traditional way in Europe by artisans trained in their craft for generations
- Heirloom quality
- Comes nestled in acid-free tissue in a gift box
- Keep out of direct sunlight; clean gently with a soft cloth