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The Fargo Makes Brass Looks of the 1920s Cool Again

 - Jun 24, 2009   Updated: Jun 7 2011
References: fanimation & craziestgadgets
The Fargo fan is a fun way to incorporate antique-styled furniture into your home. This round fan has a 1920s design, and has an oil-rubbed bronze finish base with old-fashioned brass accents.

It is designed after classic desktop bank fans of the past, that ingeniously blew air without rustling the papers on the desk.

The Fargo fan definitely exudes class and sophistication in my books.

Implications - Consumers are nostalgic for a bygone era when things were perceived to be much more simple. Products from decades past are a great way for consumers to feel like they are expressing their individuality. Companies should consider everyday objects from decades past as a wellspring of inspiration.