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The Italo Ventania is the largest ceiling fan in the Matthews Fan Co collection. Its vortex sculpted arms grasp side-mounted blades in gentle equatorial rotations. The motor heads can be infinitely positioned in 180-degree arcs for optimum air movement; the greater the angle of the motor to the horizontal support rods (up or down), the faster the axial rotation. A slow, controlled axial rotational is achieved by both motor head position and fan blade speed. The Italo is available in polished chrome, brushed nickel, polished copper, bronze or black.
62-Inch rotational ceiling fan composed of high gauge steel
Best regulated by included variable speed Lutron SFS5E wall control
Compatible with downrod light canopy
Constructed of cast aluminum, heavy gauge spun and stamped steel
Each unique motor mount and fan head knob is made of genuine marbleized Bakelite
The double headed rotational ceiling fan,
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The Brisa 2000 is our most
unique rotational ceiling fan. Like satellites orbiting a planet, the Brisa's select mahogany blades and lunar counterweight gently orbit about its spherical gear housing. The motor head can be infinitely positioned in a 180 degree arc for ...