Steampunk Industrial / Aviation / Wall Light Lamp / Stinson / Airplane Cowling / Lamp #dc188
This design is made to order and may take 6 weeks to ship -This lamp features a rotating "propeller" that turns at a steady rate of 6 rotations per minute.
This blue Stinson cowling is a unique piece, crafted from a 1946 Stinson 108 Voyager airplane's cowling. With a serial number of 108-581 and known tail number of N97581. Last flew in Northern Minnesota. This is sure to add a touch of industrial and aviation style to any space.
- This vintage Stinson engine cowling was re-purposed as a fun and interesting antique aviation wall lamp.
- This engine cowling was originally manufactured by the Stinson Aircraft Company in the late 1940’s.
- Its recognizable chrome grills are also vintage Stinson.
- The Stinson emblem is vintage, stainless steel, and removed from the instrument panel of a Stinson aircraft.
- Where the propeller used to be is now the coolest Edison style bulbs we could find. They are huge!
- The lamp's "propeller” rotates at a rate of 6 revolutions per minute. The rotation feature can be activated or deactivated using the built-in switch. The mechanism itself is sturdy, secure, and UL certified.
- Vintage Franklin valve covers and various aviation engine gears complete the internal look.
- The attached dimmer switch will allow you to adjust to any light levels.
- The bulbs are secured with heavy duty high quality light sockets. Sockets are common medium size.
- The lamp cord is heavy duty, with a ground. All surfaces of the lamp are grounded for safety.
- Electrical components used in the making of these lamps are UL approved.
- All new wiring is secured, safe, and meets safety standards.
- Hangs on the wall like a picture with two screws 16 inches apart.
- Cord runs out the bottom and plugs into any existing wall outlet.
- Electrician could hard wire for a clean cordless look controlled via a wall switch.
- Approximate size, 36” wide, 22” tall and 16” deep approximately 30lbs
Makes a great gift for an aviation enthusiast and is a stylish way to preserve history!! Just imagine this over a fire place or in a man cave.