VCF is pleased to add the new VCF Member Area's which includes member galleries and for VCF members. VCF members are able to create their own galleries and categories with their info about their ceiling fans. Have Fun!!
Vintage Ceiling Fans is a collectors website community for people who collect vintage ceiling fans. We are not a wholesaler, retailer or a business that sells ceiling fans.
We are always looking for Vintage Ceiling Fan Catalogs
Welcome To Our Site & Community
Welcome to the new and improved Vintage Ceiling Fans.Com, home of rare ceiling fans. We are the number one collectors site since 2003. Here you will see pictures of classic ceiling fans that were manufactured in the 1970s, up to the mid 1980s. Updates will be posted in the forums, under Gallery Updates. More and new features to come. Please check back often for further updates on this site. Any help on your ceiling fan, the ceiling fan experts on the forums will gladly assist you. Enjoy your visit.
A little bit of ceiling fan history: Ceiling fans have been around since the late 1800's. Hunter being the first manufacturer. Before the 1970s, ceiling fans were more common in the industry. It wasn't until the 1970s when ceiling fans became big on the market. Casablanca, the famous American fan company started it all, from restaurants to hotels, to the household family. By the late 1970s, many Asian importers started to distribute fans to the United States and Canada. Moss being the number one importer to market Asian made ceiling fans to the USA. S.M.C., TAT, Evergo, and Union were the biggest Asian manufacturers, which had their headquarters in the United States as well. By the early 1980s American made and imported ceiling fans started to fly off the shelves of department and hardware stores like hot cakes. By the mid 1980s over 50% of households in America had ceiling fans installed.
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