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French revolutionary fan, "the recall of necker" 1789

French revolutionary fan, "the recall of necker" 1789

Folding fan of bone sticks with a silk leaf embroidered in bright satin-stitch, and encrusted with gold sequins. The short bone sticks are decorated with silver and gold leaf. French c1810. FAMSF

Folding fan of bone sticks with a silk leaf embroidered in bright satin-stitch, and encrusted with gold sequins. The short bone sticks are decorated with silver and gold leaf. French c1810. FAMSF

Giant Antique French Paper & Rosewood Revolutionary Fan eventail ventaglio 1790 | eBay

Giant Antique French Paper & Rosewood Revolutionary Fan eventail ventaglio 1790 | eBay

brise fan  ca 1790  wood

brise fan ca 1790 wood

1775-1790, England - Fan with painted gray-white paper leaf - Small painted and silvered sprays of flowers in manner of Spitalsfield silks; light brown paper band at top. Carved ivory sticks, blades form decorative motif when closed. Mother-of-pearl rings on rivet.

1775-1790, England - Fan with painted gray-white paper leaf - Small painted and silvered sprays of flowers in manner of Spitalsfield silks; light brown paper band at top. Carved ivory sticks, blades form decorative motif when closed. Mother-of-pearl rings on rivet.

1825, England - Fan - Brisé minuet fan. Pierced horn sticks heavily ornamented with gilt; heads carved in alternating pagoda and Gothic shapes; painted scene with chinoiserie figures center; brown silk connecting ribbon. Mother-of-pearl rings on rivet.

1825, England - Fan - Brisé minuet fan. Pierced horn sticks heavily ornamented with gilt; heads carved in alternating pagoda and Gothic shapes; painted scene with chinoiserie figures center; brown silk connecting ribbon. Mother-of-pearl rings on rivet.

Brisé fan  Chinese for export, Qing Dynasty, late 18th–early 19th century

Brisé fan Chinese for export, Qing Dynasty, late 18th–early 19th century

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