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Fan, 1715-25, Carl Gustav Klingstedt, Dutch, parchment, month of pearl, ivory, gouache, and paint

Fan, 1715-25, Carl Gustav Klingstedt, Dutch, parchment, month of pearl, ivory, gouache, and paint

Fan Date: third quarter 19th century Culture: British Medium: ivory, paper, gouache, mother-of-pearl, metal, metallic Dimensions: 10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. S. W. Quackenbush, 1917

Fan Date: third quarter 19th century Culture: British Medium: ivory, paper, gouache, mother-of-pearl, metal, metallic Dimensions: 10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. S. W. Quackenbush, 1917

1905-1910 Fan. Painted by Adolphe Thomasse, French. Made for Duvelleroy, Paris. Silk, painted in gouache, with metal sequins; carved, incised, and gilded mother-of-pearl sticks and guards with piqué (inlaid) paste.

1905-1910 Fan. Painted by Adolphe Thomasse, French. Made for Duvelleroy, Paris. Silk, painted in gouache, with metal sequins; carved, incised, and gilded mother-of-pearl sticks and guards with piqué (inlaid) paste.

Fan  Date: 18th century Culture: German Medium: Paper, ivory, mother-of-pearl, paint, gilt, glass Dimensions: 20 1/2 x 11 1/4 in. (52.1 x 28.6 cm)

Fan Date: 18th century Culture: German Medium: Paper, ivory, mother-of-pearl, paint, gilt, glass Dimensions: 20 1/2 x 11 1/4 in. (52.1 x 28.6 cm)

Fan Made of Mother-Of-Pearl, Ivory, Silk, Metal And Glass - French   c.1870-1879 The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Fan Made of Mother-Of-Pearl, Ivory, Silk, Metal And Glass - French c.1870-1879 The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Fan, 18th century.  French.  Paper, ivory, mother of pearl.  Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Fans were popular during this time to show off the hands.  Generally very elaborate, and different fans were used for different occasions.

Fan, 18th century. French. Paper, ivory, mother of pearl. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Fans were popular during this time to show off the hands. Generally very elaborate, and different fans were used for different occasions.

Mother-of-pearl, silk, gouache, and linen fan, 1890-1910. Courtesy of the Met.

Mother-of-pearl, silk, gouache, and linen fan, 1890-1910. Courtesy of the Met.

'Marie-Antoinette's Fan' - Ivory Brise Fan: Matching Ivory And Mother Of Pearl Guards, Ivory Sticks - French   c.1720-1730  (Acquired By Queen Victoria Of The United Kingdom (1819-1901)  -  Royal Collection Trust

'Marie-Antoinette's Fan' - Ivory Brise Fan: Matching Ivory And Mother Of Pearl Guards, Ivory Sticks - French c.1720-1730 (Acquired By Queen Victoria Of The United Kingdom (1819-1901) - Royal Collection Trust

An Exquisite French Vernis Martin Ivory Fan, ca. 18th Century    Meticulously hand painted, with ivory sticks, featuring elaborate details of a social gathering on recto, and a landscape with ruins of a mountain castle on verso. Unsigned. The fan measures approx. 8"H when folded, and 14-1/4"W unfolded.

An Exquisite French Vernis Martin Ivory Fan, ca. 18th Century Meticulously hand painted, with ivory sticks, featuring elaborate details of a social gathering on recto, and a landscape with ruins of a mountain castle on verso. Unsigned. The fan measures approx. 8"H when folded, and 14-1/4"W unfolded.

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