1960s Vinyl Suitcase Victor Company of Japan

Lek 136,700.00 Sale price Regular price

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We join Ève and Arnaud of ODA Paris in presenting an edit of rare, mid-century pieces for the home. They began as a vintage home goods vendor at one of France’s most respected Flea Markets, Marché Paul Bert in Saint-Ouen. Now, the duo seeks to create atmospheres and find objects that recollect a juxtaposition of contexts, spaces, and elements evoking emotion and fostering new memories.  

JVC, also known as The Victor Company of Japan, was founded in 1927.  In the 1960s, JVC established the Nivico brand (Nippon Victor Corporation) for developing a special line of televisions and stereos to import into the United States. JVC was a pioneer in quadraphonic sound, and their products were in high demand and eagerly awaited. 

This smartly designed, lightweight, portable turntable in a suitcase is a unique piece of hi-fi equipment. It is the perfect object to symbolize a joyful summer, alluding to memories of putting on one’s favorite music for a crowd of friends and family.

Specs: 4" tall, 16.5" long

This piece ships to the USA only, international orders will be cancelled. 

Each piece from ODA Paris is decades old and preloved. Due to this, homeware will have minor signs of wear that contribute to its overall character.

ODA Paris pieces are returnable for site credit only. No refunds will be available.