Turbine Fan Mirror – 747
Huge wall mounted industrial mirror made from the fans from a 747 jet enine. This was once the inner fan ring from a 747 turbine as per the situation image attached to this lsting. We currently have 4 of these turbine fans in stock one of which we’ve allready cleaned up and converted into an amazing mirror. We’re happy to discuss any plans you have for the fans we haven’t yet converted or can make further mirrors to make up a set of course.
We also offer a range of different mirror options, briefly summarised into three different styles.
1) With backlighting and an opaque ring (for use in bathrooms) thesee can be hard wired into a lighting circuit or offered with a motion sensing option for automatic switching if preferred.
2) With simple mirror glass for use as a decorative piece around the home for example.
3) With two layers of glass and LED lighting between the two in order to create a beautiful and interesting ‘infinity mirror’ look. This is often our preferred option simply as it makes the most out of what we feel are industrial and plane parts that deserve to be made into real features. Again we can add a hand motion or motion sensing operation if needed but normally as a ‘feature’ clients will want them hardwired back to a switch.
tbc:- Width 135 Cm round with a depth of ~16cm, Height 2,5 Cm, Diameter 135 Cm. The glass is 8mm thick safety glass.
Approx Weight:- 50 Kg with glass.
GB Salvage offer a wide range of plane parts both to be converted and already converted and ready for use. You’ll find a diverse range of parts we’ve sourced from retired planes all across the UK and Europe. We find and buy aeroplane parts with the full intention of turning them into amazing pieces of furniture and lighting. Having only limited space and time we have to part with some great pieces. So here you’ll find components and muddy puddle finds right up to stunning finished furniture.
There’s almost no limit to the imagination when it comes to making use of parts of old planes. These days it’s all about unique and daring ideas and oversized industrial furniture. A few years ago a piece of aircraft fuselage wall art was really only for a board room or reception area, now it’s all the fashion at home. Even Taylor Swift was chopping up a plane in her latest music video.