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  • Victoria Davies-Murney

    Anonyme (1940) This room fan reflects the transition from Art Deco to a new style that would eventually be cited as Mid Century Design. As the world went to war styles changed due to the changes in living. Mid Century really took off in the optimism and sense of renewal that the post war era brought.

  • Kira Brilla

    Anonyme (1940). Vintage atomic electric fan.

  • Tiffany Hall

    Retro Fan. Anonyme (1940) When simple object were still beautiful.

  • Judith Doubell

    duck egg blue and gold fan

  • chen su

    Anonyme (1940). Mid Century Modern represents the modernist styles of the years 1933-1965.

  • Fernanda Saá

    LOVE this vintage fan. Of course my dream design studio is by the sea, so there's a breeze. But for a muggy day? Anonyme (1940)

  • Val RM

    Nifty fan, possibly French design, 1940's.

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