Crown Select

SKU: CF4501

Golden Espresso Housing, Various Blade Options Sold Separately

Fan Housing Finish:
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  • Gilded Bronze
  • Antique Pewter
  • Venetian Bronze
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The Crown Select is a classic Emerson design whose housing features a die-cast zinc filigree that adds graceful turn-of-the-century detailing that is still at home today. Integrated accent lighting bounces ambient light off the ceiling to create a comfortable glow in the room. This beautiful air mover also boasts Emerson's K55XL motor and adapts to 50+ blade options as a part of the Blade Select Series.

K55XL Motor
Limited Lifetime Motor Warranty

Fan Span: 42"/52"/58"
Overall Fan Height: 14.0"
Blade To Ceiling Height:13.0"
Housing Width: 12.3"
Canopy Width: 6.4"

RPM range: 40-205
High speed amps: 0.85
Energy Star: No
Warranty: Limited lifetime motor warranty
Accepts 2.5" downrod: Yes

42", 52" or 58" blade span
Accent lighting with patented swivel sockets uses three 25-watt candelabra bulbs (included)
50+ blade options to choose from
Light fixture adaptable
Pull chain control; remote control adaptable
4.5" downrod

• Blade Select Series Blades
SR600 Remote Control
SR650 2-in-1 Remote Control
SW605 Wall Control
RCK55 Horseshoe Receiver

Owners Manual: Click to Download (PDF)

Specification Sheet: Click to Download (PDF)

Excellent ceiling fan. No doubt - I would buy again!


I own the Crown Select w/ up and down-light w/ remote control (I recommend getting a fan w/ the K55XL motor if you plan on using the fan regularly; in a room used frequently or in bedroom. I use in master bedroom for main air circulation. Live in Brooklyn NY and almost never use air conditioner (unless brutally hot at night). Emerson ceiling fan used for main air circulation in tandem with a window fan (window fan brings in the "fresh" cooler evening/night air.) Have been using the ceiling fan for 16 years without any problems. Well balanced (from factory), quiet operation, good speed options, cast housing (looks beautiful - although function is my greatest criteria for excellence in a ceiling fan). As I write this (October 2016), in the 16th year of running the fan, the rubber spoke flywheel needs replacement (the inner metal bushing can loose from the rubber spoke part (I actually man attempt to re-glue it as first attempt of repair). If re-gluing doesn't work - no biggie; new rubber flywheel $45.00(shipped or find a local dealer and just pay tax). How to replace?....remove fan from it's hanger, turn upside down and rest on top of tall open can or box (tall enough to allow the down to hang freely into the can or box) and disassemble light housing as instructions show on YouTube video; "piece-of -cake". The thing will run another 16 or so years perfectly. The company will warranty the motor itself for it's predicted lifetime (the motor will likely run for 50+ trouble free years - if not abused). Recommend getting the longest blades the fan will take - better air movement. This fan runs "old-school". One of the best appliances I own. Extremely happy with it!

Brooklyn NY


Crown Select