1913-25c. General Electric Company of Schenectady, N.Y., U.S.A., 52" Antique Ceiling Fan, New Gloss Black Standard Finish
This was General Electric's standard ceiling fan for many years and for good reason. It was a thoroughly reliable and efficient machine that offered unique styling to boot. This model evolved from an earlier design introduced in 1909, with the only noticeable difference between this version and its predecessor being that of the oil cup styling. An unusual feature found on this fan is the domed brass or steel canopy on the top of the motor that originally concealed the fan's speed coil. General Electric's double canopy design offers a unique styling feature not offered on most antique ceiling fans.
Although this model has a 52" span, do not let this fool you into believing it does not move a ton of air. This model features 14 degree pitched brackets, a very powerful motor and wide blades. All of this combines to create a no nonsense machine that has a clean design.
The featured fan was restored in our standard gloss black finish with a custom blend of stains to create the dark finished used on the original blades.
A few of the features of this model include:
Dimensions- 12" length x 11" diameter
• Cast Iron Frame and Motor 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 Smooth Double Canopy Design.
• Gloss Black, Other Colors or Plated Finishes Available.
• Solid State Speed Control Allows for a Variety of Speeds.