A musical jewellery box, circa 1960s, in the form of a miniature Musical radiogram, a piece of furniture that combined a record player with a radio, and frequently incorporated storage for records. This example has an opening door on each side, inset with a perforated foil to represent speaker cloth. The doors open to reveal two pull out drawers. The centre third of the top surface is covered by a transparent orange lid which opens to reveal a representation of a long playing record. The wind-up mechanism is activate by moving the arm of the record player across to play the tune. The outer case of this box is made from injection moulded polystyrene.