Hey fellow fan people, I recently bought a ceiling fan for 2000 pesos (in Philippine currency, which is about 40-45 in Dollars), and am unsure of its brand, or how old it is. For one thing, it has been through a bit, since it is a bit rusty on some parts (any tips on how to remove rust would be appreciated). All the blade brackets are snapped, and it is missing a blade (3/4 blades), but surprisingly, there are 4 blade brackets (the one with the missing blade does not have a holder, only the part that attaches to the motor). The blades USED to have a white cane filling (not sure what it is called), but it looks like they have been torn out or removed. One last thing to note, the front plate looks a lot like a Casablanca Victorian. Surprisingly, the globes (yes it has a light kit, but it is damaged, and I will not use it for now) look exactly the same as an image I found on Google of the Casablanca Victorian. Why don't I just look at the tag? Well, it is basically un-readable, and the only thing I can make out is where it was made, which is Taiwan.
This over here is the fan, with (almost) all its parts. Sadly, it doesn't have a mounting bracket, so I can't mount this anytime soon. A tip for identifying this fan would be: I live in the Philippines, so the voltage here 220v. Thanks in advance! -RandomUser