Abanicos Españoles de Valencia hechos y pintados a mano
Beautiful Hand Held Vintage Fan From Spain
$995 1880. Hand-made lace of floral decoration upon black tulle spread across the tortoise shell sticks and guards. The shell sticks and guards boasts exquisite pique work: inlaid silver polka dots. This theme is carried out on the lace with hand sewn shimmering sequins. In all a dazzling sparkling fan! It comes with the original box, satin lined and bearing the name of the maker: Ernest Kees, 9 Boulevard des Capucines-Paris. The tooled leather box is also in good condition, some modest wear
omgthatdress: Fan ca. 1870-1880 via The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Gunsen Japan, 1800-1850 Asian Art Museum “In Japan commanders of samurai combat teams used a gunsen, an instrument resembling a baton, which sometimes took the form of a folding fan. This instrument was an emblem of the rank of supreme commander of the army and was used to direct the movement of troops. Two heavy iron guards enclose the ten dark-colored bamboo ribs of this fan. Covered with lacquered paper, both ends of the ribs are glued to the iron guards. The lower ends of the ribs and
Fan Tiffany & Co, 1890s The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Vintage French fan:Black Lace, Hand painted Birds, Hand Carved Sticks: HUGE!
vicfangirlguide: A miniature fan from the 1880s designed as a wedding favour for a bridesmaid. This fan was a mass-produced lithograph design, printed onto paper leaf, with gilded highlights, small metal sequins and painted wooden sticks. Lithographed fans such as this were extremely popular from the 1840s onwards and commonly depicted romantic 18th century pastoral scenes.