1930-35c. General Electric Company of Schenectady, N.Y., U.S.A., 52" Antique Ceiling Fan
In Keeping with General Electric's cutting edge futuristic style of its 1930s models, this inverted model with blades above the motor was quite a marvel of ceiling fan engineering back in the mid 1930s.. This model reminds us of a product that General Electric may have displayed at one of the World's Fairs praising the electrical revolution. When neeed this model readily accepts a school house light globe making it a very attactive modern style ceiling fan. For all of its futuristic glory, General Electric manufactured a short production run on this model that likely ended with the onset of World War II. This model was also made in a 6 blade version.
Due to the short manufacturing run of this model, please contact us for availability.
Available only inclusive with a full restoration. Some of the features of this model include:
Dimensions- 8.5" length x 12" diameter
• Cast Iron Frame and Heavy Stamped Steel Housing Construction.
• Oil Bath Lubrication System Continuously Bathes the Shaft in a Curtain of Oil.
• Thrust Bearing Design is Immersed in Oil at All Times.
• Clean Sleek Futuristic Design.
• Unique Design Allows for Installation in Contemporary Environments.
• Solid State Speed Control Allows for a Variety of Speeds