1917-22c. General Electric Company, U.S.A., 12" Stationary Antique Desk Fan
This model could be described as General Electric Company's "bread and butter" non oscillating desk fan of the late teens to early 1920s. It was manufactured during the end of World War I, which might explain why some versions of this fan have steel blades.
The height of this model is less than 16" to the top of the guard and the lower profile allows it to be used in areas where other 12" desk fans are not suitable. We have multiple examples of this model in our unrestored stock.
Please contact us for availability. Available in standard finishes or traditional custom dark green.
Standard features of the 1917-22c. General Electric Antique Desk Fan includes:
- Dimensions- 12" Diameter Blade
- Cast Iron Base and Motor Housing.
- Spring Tension Oil Wick System that Continuously Circulates Oil to the Motor Shaft
- Available with Steel or Brass Blade
- 3 Speed Slide Switch Operation
- Easily Converts to Wall Mounting Position.