All White with the exception of the very typcially shaped SMC flat blade-brackets and switchcup. The fan had the blades mounted ABOVE the light fixture. I mean that it was a circular light fixture ABOVE the switchcup. It was white glass with a stencil on the glass. Above this glass were the blades mounted to spinner motor. Hung on a 4 inch downrod with typical SMC ball-socket mount and canoply. 52". The switchcup is also regular SMC, but you could not add a light since it was not wired for one since it already had the one just below the blades that surrounded the motor. Two pullchains. Reversible. Stenciled blades. SMC style pullchain, white cord with the black finial on the bottom. The house these were in changed owners, but as far as I can tell the fans are still in service. They moved a TON of air, but were very noisy on medium and low. They had 3 of them in the house. All the same. But Ive seen these fans ONCE since then at a closed strip-mall store that is still empty and I have not been able to contact the owner. They have about 10 of the same ones I jsut described. Anyone know what they were? Bizarre in how it was shaped with the light surrounding the motor! The blades were also the type with the SMC rounded-off tip instead of a point. If anyone knows anything about them, feel free to post.
I can't even make a stick figure, let alone draw a ceiling fan...lol. I will try to dig up a picture of it, I know my mom must have a copy somewhere, she always took fan pictures for me when I was young. I'll contact you if I can find it and I will use someone's scanner. Thanks!
Were the Switch Housing and Blade Brackets brass? Did the light have two gold stripes?
I had the *same* fan, with more standard blade brackets and cane blades. If was noisy, so when the glass broke, I put metal blades on it and used it as an industrial fan. I hung it in one of my churches.