There is a lot that goes into being an architect. Also, I love antiques and any other old valuable object with historical or cultural significance.
1920s General Electric three-speed oscillating fan with solid brass blade and black coated body -
Restored professionally. This is a great example of early 19th century product design and quality, this fan has stood the test of time. After a complete mechanical, cosmetic and electrical restoration the engine is working like a charm. A beautiful restoration that is mindful to the original design it originally came with.
This is the larger and rarer 17 inch Brass cage not the smaller 12" one!
The blade measures 16 inches across.
It has a functioning low (1), medium (2) and high (3) and oscillates to create a lovely breeze in the most stuffy stagnant rooms. It was completely disassembled, cleaned, lubricated, painted, rewired and reassembled. The cord has been replaced with a modern cloth-covered cord, similar to the original cord it came with.
Color: Fan Body: Metal Black, lightly buffed and clear coated
Dimensions are approximate and come as follows:
21" tall x 17.2" wide x 12" deep
Weight: 16 pounds
Offered at a great price given that I've seen these listed for +1,000 USD on the Bay among other websites.
Pickup from my apartment in Long Island City
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Thanks for looking!