It’s been quite a while since we’ve made any new posts here, or on our facebook page. Working a 40 plus hour a week day job and balancing this business on the side can be overwhelming sometimes. We’ve been super busy trying to fill orders for coffee tables and some of our lights that there hasn’t been enough hours in the day to get out picking, work on new projects, etc. So I took some time last weekend to make a little sculpture thing for Jessica. I found an old John Deere farm implement at a flea market. Super heavy old steel. Some type of disc for plowing from what I can tell. Used the existing bolts and hardware that came with it to make an axle of sorts, and welded up a stand out of some old rusty plate steel and one of the leafsprings I had laying around. Turned out pretty good I think. Currently NFS.
Vintage General Electric Oscillating 12″ Desk fan with aluminum blades. GE referred to this model as the “Quiet Blade” premium fan. This model was produced from 1932-34. It has 3 speeds, oscillates and is in good working condition. This fan is in all original condition and has not been restored. The aluminum blades are in great shape for its age and the base has nice patina. The only part that is not original is the power cord which had been replaced at some point. This fan is built extremely well and works great. Makes a great functional display piece. Can also be mounted to the wall.
$85. Just added to our Etsy shop.