Antique Ceiling Fan Marelli Italy Mark Eng.Electric Co 3 blade AC 36"TypeA
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Antique Ceiling / Roof Electric Fan.
Marelli Fans; An exclusive * Uncommon * Part Of History * Rare antique fan * Museum friendly Collection.
Description & Details Alternating-current and rotating-body model- AC
36 " Size- Type A
3 blades - Special & Uncommon Shape.
Cast Iron Body, Brass Ornaments , Aluminium Blades.
Elegantly Designed / Its Pattern & Shape is uncommon.
Original Painted -off white Creamish Color *Signed * Brass label Reads,MarelliA.C. 36"- Type ANo. 3404980*V. 230/50-RPM-400SPECIALLY MANUFACTURED FOR THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC CO.LTDMADE IN ITALY******Marelli Mark on Blades*******Qty-1Size - Blades - 16.0" tall and 5.0"wide on Bottom, 6.0" at middle and 5.6"at reverse to bottom.Its Cast Iron body is 7.0" x 8.5" Max. All side.Fitted pipe 11.5" tall.Overall - 16.0" x 36.0"Weight- Approx. 9000 gramsCondition - USED, OVER ALL VERY GOOD .Working not tested ,May Subject to repairing , refurbishing & wiring. Mild dirt,spots & Color disorder.On Cast iron lining there is mild thread crack about 2.0" at a point- does not harm to quality of the fan. Visible.1 blade screw missing , 1 damaged.
To best of me, A product of Era WW1 & WW2 , Probably 1918-1930.A product of MERALLI not for Commercial use specially made for English electric Co. Ltd for British Army Uses / headquarters - offices .
As of 1905, Marelli launched on the market what soon became the most representative and efficient 3-bladed ceiling fan of the early 1900's:
The English Electric Company Limited was a British industrial manufacturer formed after the armistice of World War I at the end of 1918.
The company was created to make one of Britain's three principal electrical manufacturing concerns by amalgamating five businesses which, during the war,had been making munitions armaments and aeroplanes.This company was initially specialised in industrial electric motors and transformers, railway locomotives and traction equipment, diesel motors and steam turbines. In the end its activities expanded to include consumer electronics, nuclear reactors, guided missiles, military aircraft and mainframe computers.