The Elgevox iHORN is made from a 1924 Gaumont Elgevox radio horn speaker made in Paris, France. It was purchased at an auction in Germany, which one can deduce means the horn spent its life in Europe, surviving the ravages of World War II. It escaped death and destruction to grace us today. It was constructed with an interesting pivot point which allowed the speaker to be directed and to be wall hung with the design such that the gooseneck did not protrude past the base. Early engineering for the practical.
The Elgevox is a one of a kind iHorn. It is in all respects classic and timeless. It recognizes that form and function are synergistic, like a world in which nations no longer struggle for control but rather struggle to cooperate for the betterment of mankind.