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  • Kristin Hibbard

    Fixed Fan, circa 1740. Beautiful gold embroidery

  • Megan Hodges

    Fixed Fan, circa 1740 - Straw embroidery on green silk with wooden handle

  • Juliet

    Fashion costume accessories fan from 18th century circa from England 1740. Made from straw embroidery on green silk with wooden handle.

  • Elizabeth Callaway

    18th Century Fan: Primarily used To show off the hands, Could be imported from China/India, The primary means by which men/women could wear/carry a work of art. //Fan green silk straw embroidery 1740 courtesy of Los Angeles County Museum of Art

  • Sneha

    Beautiful fan, would be a great to show around Bath.

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I did this make up on my sister (: love the fan !

1907 Young women with Japanese fans and with their hair up in Geisha style.