Explore Needlepoint, Prayer Rug, and more!

Explore related topics

mpor 6

mpor 6

Chinese screen fan - circa 1800s.  Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object O.26-1985 (Id:118434)

Screen fans Screen fan with kesi tapestry, dating between century. Decorated with a butterfly, flowering prunus and bamboo, and silk embroidery with bat and foliage on red silk with.

Valentine Rosebud circa 1870

Valentine Rosebud circa 1870

Shawl with Rose Design, French 19th C

Shawl with Rose Design, French C

Fan Date: 18th century Culture: Spanish Medium: ivory, paper Dimensions: Length: 11 in. (27.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Agnes Miles Carpenter, 1955

Fan Date: century Culture: Spanish Medium: ivory, paper Dimensions: Length: 11 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Agnes Miles Carpenter, 1955

Fixed Fan, England, c.1740. straw embroidery on green silk with wooden handle. 16 x 8 3/4 in. (40.7 x 22.3 cm)

Fixed Fan England, circa 1740 Costumes; Accessories Straw embroidery on green silk with wooden handle 16 x 8 in. x cm) Costume Council Fund Costume and Textiles Not currently on public view

Handkerchief, 19th C

The nearly transparent woven pineapple cloth that comprises this handkerchief contains supplementary woven motifs at the corners that are echoed by the intricately detailed and finely cut muslin appliqué border

Antique French Mother of Pearl  Gold Sequins Fan in original Box    c.1845

Antique French Mother of Pearl Gold Sequins Fan in original Box, Fans were carried as an accessory but also as a means of communication. There is a fan language for flirting since couples couldn't openly express their love.

14 days of Valentines to give your husband... Cute ideas! Although, for my husband I would probably just write the fun saying on a sticky note. I don't think he'd appreciate the cutsie crafty stuff much...

14 days of Valentine's - cute note with small gift. Could use this idea for birthdays and anniversaries, too! "You are the APPLE of my eye" "We make a great COMBO"

Pinterest
Search