RCA Masters Voice Porcelain Sign
There was a dog born in Bristol, England in the late 1800s by the name of Nipper. He was adopted by artisit Francis Barraud, who was amused that the dog would put his "ear to the horn" of the phonograph every time it was played. That image, from a painting by Barraurd entitled his Master's Voice, has become one of the best-loved trademarks in America. in 1901, he came to the states as a trademark of the Victor Talking Machine Company and in 1929 moved on to the Radio Corporation of America.
Ande Rooney Porcelain sign is made from heavy 18 guage steel and then cleaned to improve the porcelain enamel adhesion. The colors are not paint, they are actually ground glass crystals that are used to create the colors, then bonded to the metal by a fusion process at over 800Â°F. Porcelain enamel provides a lifetime high gloss finish, with exellent durability to time.The porcelain enamel process is highly resistant to deterioration or change with long-term outdoor exposure. Very easy to clean as needed. Ande Rooney Porcelain Signs are crafted with pride in the USA.
RCA Masters Voice Porcelain Steel Sign
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