This 1893 Westinghouse Tank Fan has been converted into a light fixture using lighting technologies that are reproductions of Edison and Tesla's original inventions of the incandescent bulb and alternating current.
$60.00 (Flat rate on multiple orders from this seller)
Delivery restrictions may apply: All items will ship via USPS 2-3 days after purchase. Tracking information will be emailed to you once the package has been sent. All packages will require signature confirmation.
Refund & return policy
No refund or returns allowed on this purchase.
Exceptions may apply. Please message Mick for more information.
Meet your seller
Mick Whitcomb lives in the Ozark Mountains of Southwest Missouri with his wife Paige and his dog Blue. Mick enjoys working with historic objects from the 1800s; he has been fascinated with the 19th century since he was child growing up in Fredericksburg, Virginia. When Mick is not creating artwork he is lending his talents to restoring historic buildings in his neighborhood.
Mick Whitcomb is a Missouri based artist who specializes in one-of-a-kind furniture and lighting made from architectural and industrial salvage. In 2011 Mick founded the company Nomad World Products with his wife Paige. Today Mick and Paige travel the world sourcing unique materials for Mick’s "Artifacts" line. Fixated on the American Machine Age and the advent of electric lighting, Mick converts 19th century machines and scientific instruments into utilitarian sculptures. Mick pairs actual objects from the 1800’s with lighting technologies that are exact reproductions of Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla’s original inventions of the incandescent bulb and alternating current. Each piece tells the story of an innovative past that birthed modern American industry. These objects have been re-discovered, re-worked, and re-imagined to bring renewed function to a past generation of machines.