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Fan. Date: circa 1800

Date: circa 1800

Fan    Made in Borneo, Indonesia, Asia  Early 20th century    Artist/maker unknown, Indonesian    Pierced and painted black buffalo hide

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Fan Indonesia century

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Fan  19th century

Fan Made Of Sheer Silk Plain Weave With Paint And Metal Sequins, Bone Sticks And Guards - American c. Late Century- Early Century The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Fan-Parasol (with lace cockade tilted). These were popular during the Empire Period and functioned as a fan and a parasol or umbrella. 1800

Fan that converts to parasol! Fan-Parasol (with lace cockade tilted) FIDM Museum collection

Exquisite Ivory 19th C. Brise fan.  The ivory sticks are held together with satin ribbon, and finished with a gorgeous silk tassel.  Note the beautifully carved guardsticks.

Circa middle this fine ivory brise fan has a superb guardstick, four stags are carved in high relief amidst a forest terrain. The fan appears in two books, including in the collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum.

VIRAGO - 1820s-1830s ladies’ undergarments: a mega-post

1820s-1830s ladies’ undergarments: a mega-post

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.

Pair of mitts, probably French, late 18th or early 19th century, silk. In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston collection.   (I love the little heart on the palm - a darling detail!)

Pair of salmon pink knitted silk mitts, probably French, late or early century, silk. In the Museum of Fine Arts Boston collection. (I love the little heart on the palm - a darling detail!

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object M.324-1985 (Id:117909)

circa 1805 — circa 1810 Period: early Century Description: Folding fan, double white silk leaf painted in bodycolour with applied pai.

This is probably a child's fan but worked with very fine materials. The needle-made lace of the leaf is handmade and the placement of the motifs indicates it is made precisely for a fan of this size and shape; particularly charming is the melon shape beneath the two flowers at the center of the leaf.  fourth quarter 19th century

Fan Date: fourth quarter century Culture: European Medium: mother-of-pearl, linen, metal, bone Dimensions: 6 in.

Rigid fan Unknown artist, Indian, India Rigid fan, 19th Century Peacock feathers, mirror, wood stick Height: 50.8 cm (20 inches) Museum Collection 1989.044.8

Rigid fan Unknown artist, Indian, India Rigid fan, 19th Century Peacock feathers, mirror, wood stick Height: 50.8 cm (20 inches) Museum Collection 1989.044.8