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Fan Attributed to Mor Weisz  (Austrian) Date: 1890–1910 (probably) resin, metal, linen, silk, paper Dimensions: 11 in. (27.9 cm) Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Chinese circular brisé fan with carved and pierced ivory sticks, white and dark and light blue silk connecting ribbon, c. 1790

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Fan Made Of Sheer Silk Plain Weave With Paint And Metal Sequins, Bone Sticks And Guards - American c. Late 19th Century- Early 20th Century The Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Fan early 20th century The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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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

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“Portrait Of A Lady” Model: Mona Johanneson Photographer: Juan Gotti Magazine: Vogue Espana October 2006

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Mother of pearl brisé fan, fourth quarter of the 19th century. Courtesy of the Met.

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Japanese paper fan 京うちわ

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miniature printable oriental style fans - could be framed and hung in library

miniature printable oriental style fans - could be framed and hung in library

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Pink Rosette Black Silk Bamboo Japanese Wedding Bridal Hand Fan Fans SKU-11213042

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