A few years ago I became interested in early Stewart Warner products. One such item I've always been quite fond of is their Wing Emblems. They're almost like fine jewelry. These first appeared in the 1930's on S.W. refrigerators and other industrial products. A few years ago I found one for sale. As I spoke to the owner he stated he had several in his collection he would entertain selling. He sent photos of numerous wings and of course I wanted each one. They were all in remarkable condition and the art deco look is beautiful. Over the past several years I have added 10 to my collection. These are getting very difficult to find. I'm fortunate to have several different examples in my collection and all are in remarkable condition for their age. Here is a Stewart Warner refrigerator ad from 1937. Note the wing on the front door. My collection This is a 3 3/4" porcelain wing which was produced in 1937. (the blue shield and "Stewart Warner" inlay are porcelain) Stewart Warner used this emblem on the front door of their refrigerators. Here is another 3 3/4" porcelain wing from a 1937. I was fortunate to find another one in great condition. This wing is unique in that "Stewart Warner" is raised letters. The others are inlayed and filled with porcelain. This is a 3 3/4" wing. This is probably my coolest wing; it's larger at 4" wide and it's curved. It was produced in the 1930's. It came off a Stewart Warner alignment machine. The porcelain presents well and it would look killer mounted on a dash filled with 1950's SW 2 5/8" curved glass, smooth bezel, crescent needle gauges. This 4" wing came after the porcelain wings. The shield and "Stewart Warner" inlays are painted. This next 4" machined wing is pretty cool. I believe this also came from an industrial piece. I was fortunate enough to find another 4" porcelain wing. This is one of the more unique wings in my collection as the shield does not have bars. Rather a large S and W make up the shield. The contrast between the maroon and shiny stainless looks killer. This was a great addition to the collection as well. The copper and black have a great old world look and the raised letters really set it off. I have a Stewart Warner display cabinet where I keep my vintage S.W. wings, gauges, accessories...and well...all things vintage S.W. Curious if other HAMBers have any Stewart Warner Wings?