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Chinese, 1790 - Circular brisé fan with carved and pierced ivory sticks, white and dark and light blue silk connecting ribbon.

The Language of Fans includes a translation of 19 of the secret meanings of Victorian fan gestures along with 3 gorgeous lace trimmed fans hand screened on fabric.

Set of 3 Victorian Fans

The Language of Fans includes a translation of 19 of the secret meanings of Victorian fan gestures along with 3 gorgeous lace trimmed fans hand screened on fabr

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Mother of Pearl fan mid century, V museum collection: for a young girl's first official ball

Three Lace Fans, 1850-1880; All with abalone sticks and guards: One cream Brussels lace, 10.5"; Two black Chantilly lace, both 10.5", one excellent and one with original "Duvelleroy, Paris" box

three lace fans, all with abalone sticks and guards: one cream brussels lace, two black chantilly lace, both one excellent and one with original "duvelleroy, paris" box

Fan Made Of Silk, Mother-Of-Pearl, Metal And Feathers, By Tiffany & Co. (1837-Present) - French  c. Late 19th Century   -   The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Fan Manufacturer: Manufacturer: Tiffany & Co. Date: late century Culture: French Medium: Silk, mother-of-pearl, metal, feather Dimensions: Overall (confirmed): 8 × 11 in. × cm) Classification: Fans Credit Line: Anonymous Gift, 1949 Accession Number:

Fan | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Fan with cut water buffalo parchment leaf. Design of double-headed bird, decorative motif surrounds, painted in gold with coral and black details. Dark and light variegated water buffalo horn handle.

Fan of  Elegant Woman from front and back. 1830's. The Victoria and Albert Museum.

Magnificent Fan of Elegant Woman from front and back. The Victoria and Albert Museum.

King George IV’s Ivory Cockade Fan, 1790
Cockade fans differ from standard hand fans in that they open to a full 360 degrees. Such fans were first recorded in use during early medieval times though they may have been employed much earlier in their country of origin--China.

Stalking the Belle Époque: Unfolding Pictures: King George IV’s Ivory Cockade Fan, 1790

Augusta Auctions, April 17, 2013 - NYC: Two Paper Leaf Hand Fans, 1775-1810

THREE PAPER LEAF FANS, All w/ narrow, pierced & painted ivory sticks & guards, hand painted figural leafs, to very good.

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