Top of the motor has three stickers. One of which says "Made in 1983". The top of the motor resembles that of a Hunter Original.
NuTone was DEFFINATELY involved with this one. Inside the switch housing, instead of capacitors, it uses a transformer, just like a NuTone. The canopy and downrod/ball are also NuTone. Another hint to NuTone is the hardware screws... All of them are flat head. Any ideas?
ALSO: The motor itself resembles the motor of this fan: And the wiring is similar as well, except the one pictured here (with the odd bell canopy) has a transformer AND capacitor.
Excluding Originals and other shaded-pole motors, all fans should have at least one capacitor, whether they have a transformer or not.
The top of the motor is Hacienda. The bottom plate is similar to a Decorator, but not identical. The canopy and switch housing are generic Nutone. I've never seen blade irons like that before, the blades are odd as well.