358 "The Diana" or AB-358 "Apolite"
Rheostat can regulate intensity of illumination. A chic model for guest room too!
twin sister had a lamp to make the dial glow. Shown here as a General
Electric model (AB-358) but she was sold by both companies. What
In keeping with the vogue for color, telechron clocks in lovely tones are now being offered for living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens. Kitchen clocks are in green. ivory, orange, blue and yellow, and also in plain white and black to match any conceivable color scheme. The cases of these clocks are of washable moulded composition called bectle, and the colors are part of the beetle itself so that they cannot fade or wear.
An attractive telechron for mantel
desk or dressing table its a conservatively modernistic clock which comes
in black, ivory, green, blue or red, with bright chrome metal handle and
ball feet. This unique clock also has an interesting new feature which
makes it ideal for bedroom use. It is a lumite translucent dial, which
is a dial of thick glass with an opaque back, lighted evenly all around
with tiny electric bulbs that cannot be seen thernselves. The glow on the
dial, by means of a small dimmer screw on the back of the clock, can be
softened until the numenals are just barely visible, or it can be increased
until the dial is bright enough to read by.
|From the The Wainwright (Alberta) Star, 1931