Japanese folding fans, also known as sensu, are as beautiful as they are functional. Fashioned out of decorative paper and wood, you can make your own in just a few simple steps. DIY instructions here: http://www.ehow.com/how_4449525_make-japanese-fans.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
Chinese circular brisé fan with carved and pierced ivory sticks, white and dark and light blue silk connecting ribbon, c. 1790
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(Circa 1875) ~ Carved ivory Brisé fan entirely made up of nineteen closely spaced blades. Guards carved in high relief of sheaf of wheat, edges of blades carved to correspond when closed. White silk connecting ribbon. Ivory hook, long chain and chatelaine attachment for belt fastened to ring of fan.
How to Make Japanese Fans
How to Make Japanese Fans. could make a few for the ladies at church with hot flashes.
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Hosting a DIY wedding? This is THE easiest way to put together fans to keep wedding guests cool and comfortable.
This BEAUTIFUL ostrich feather fan is made of real ostrich feathers, pearls, a rhinestone embellishment, and a color ribbon of your choice. This
Folding fan with blades in the shape of flowers and leaves of lily of the valley Austria. The end of the 1860s. Wood, pearl, silk thread, paint, thread. (Belonged to Empress Maria Feodorovna, wife of Alexander III).