Two striking models of radios did Walter Dorwin Teague designed in the 30s, both feature cobalt blue mirror glass. The first, model #557 was designed for the Sparks-Worthington Company from Jackson, Michigan in 1936, with contrasting ebony lacquer finish and 5 chromed "speed lines," designed with asymmetric composition. The second, even more dramatic is the "Nocturne Radio" model #1186, was designed for the Sparton Corporation. and it stands nearly four feet high. It was meant to be the focal point of any commercial space and in 1936 it cost no less than $350. It was last sold by Wright in 2003, for $103,840.