Palette Contemporary Art and Craft is pleased to announce that we will be back at The Vintage Voltage Expo on Sunday, March 18,2018 at the Ramada Plaza Convention Center.
From 11 AM-3 PM, a $5 individual admission fee is charged. 10 AM "Early Bird" admission will cost $10 per person.
Palette will feature a number of vintage tube radios in all of their wooden,metal,plastic splendor. Our mid-60s Panasonic AM/FM Clock/Radio has been enhanced to the show time via the use of Nixie Tubes! Of note, when the radio plays,the clock does not and vice versa.Even better, when the radio is turned off, the clock comes back on to the current time.It must be magic!
We’ll also bring a wide array of mid-century watches. The eternally-collectible Hamilton Pacer Electric Watch will be featured. Developed in the late 1950s with its unique asymmetric design, the Pacer was the first battery watch and the forerunner to the quartz watches,today. We have a number of Hamilton Electrics to show you.As well, we’ll display mechanical watch brands from yesteryear with such brands as Doxa, Jules Jurgensen, Lanco, and Wittnauer.
Mid-Century wall and desk clocks will complete our display.The ever-popular Junghans Kitchen Clock/Timer will be present. A gray porcelain body houses an easy-to-read circular clock and a timer. Back before the days of microwave or even stop-top clocks, a Junghans Kitchen Clock/Timer let folks know when their meals were ready and in grand style to boot!
We hope that you will attend the 2018 Vintage Voltage Expo and look forward to visiting with you as always!