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1940's Farnsworth Art Deco bakelite radio... perfect for listening to Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald!... or maybe Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday...

1940's Farnsworth Art Deco bakelite radio... perfect for listening to Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald!... or maybe Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday...

Art Deco Style Porcelain Teapot.

Art Deco Style Porcelain Teapot.

Art Deco office

Art Deco office

Bullocks Wilshire, 3050 Wilshire Boulevard – the famous Art Deco building by Los Angeles architects John and Donald Parkinson from 1929

Bullocks Wilshire, 3050 Wilshire Boulevard – the famous Art Deco building by Los Angeles architects John and Donald Parkinson from 1929

VINTAGE ART DECO UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC TOASTER

VINTAGE ART DECO UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC TOASTER

Ursa on ArtStation

Ursa on ArtStation

Amazing quality Art Deco Walnut curved buffet or storage unit - Dining - Art…

Amazing quality Art Deco Walnut curved buffet or storage unit - Dining - Art…

Art Deco Walnut Veneer Storytone Piano by Story & Clark 1939

Art Deco Walnut Veneer Storytone Piano by Story & Clark 1939

HMS REPULSE, 1926: under-armoured when built late in WW1, even for a type which had proved notoriously deficient in this respect at Jutland, she received some additional protection in the 1920s, but not the extensive modernisation her sister Renown got the following decade. Her AA armament was notably weak: she was sunk by Japanese air attack in December 1941 together with modern battleship HMS Prince of Wales.

HMS REPULSE, 1926: under-armoured when built late in WW1, even for a type which had proved notoriously deficient in this respect at Jutland, she received some additional protection in the 1920s, but not the extensive modernisation her sister Renown got the following decade. Her AA armament was notably weak: she was sunk by Japanese air attack in December 1941 together with modern battleship HMS Prince of Wales.

12 in HMS Indefatigable - lead ship of the Royal Navy's second class of battlecruisers. She was the first ship sunk at Jutland in May 1916, her magazines exploding shortly after the beginning of the action between the battlecruiser fleets under fire from SMS Von der Tann (picture elsewhere). Only 2 of her crew survived.

12 in HMS Indefatigable - lead ship of the Royal Navy's second class of battlecruisers. She was the first ship sunk at Jutland in May 1916, her magazines exploding shortly after the beginning of the action between the battlecruiser fleets under fire from SMS Von der Tann (picture elsewhere). Only 2 of her crew survived.