I found this glorious fan today at one of my special little haunts that I frequent. It's a place that is so unpredictable in what you might find (often nothing) that sometimes I think, why bother? Then a gem like this appears out of the blue and I confirm to myself the delightful lack of logic or predictability that thrifting embodies...
What I adore about this fan is the delicate cage framework and overall scale of the piece. Most of the time these old fans are rather heavy 'clunkers' that seem a bit out of place in our modern homes. This one has such a light touch however, with the watery blue blades and chrome accents.
The logo is the crowning glory; a great iconic look with the superb use of typography in the 'E'. I so wanted to keep this but it's a slippery slope that I don't want to venture on... keeping things for myself! I get as much pleasure from putting it out there, waiting to be Found by just the right person.
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