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“detail Woman at her Mirror School of Fontainebleau French, 16th century ”

“detail Woman at her Mirror School of Fontainebleau French, 16th century ”

Apron (?)  Date: 16th century; Culture: Italian; Medium: Cutwork; Dimensions: L. 42 1/2 x W. 34 1/2 inches 108.0 x 87.6 cm; Classification: Textiles-Laces; Accession Number: 23.49.1

Apron (?) Date: 16th century; Culture: Italian; Medium: Cutwork; Dimensions: L. 42 1/2 x W. 34 1/2 inches 108.0 x 87.6 cm; Classification: Textiles-Laces; Accession Number: 23.49.1

This object formed the handle of a feather fan. Feather fans were introduced into Tudor England through the great Italian city states of Venice, Milan and Genoa. Originally fans had arrived in Italy from the East. By the 16th century the Western secular use of fans was largely confined to women. Costly and elaborate, these fans were dress accessories confirming status and rank.

Fan handle

This object formed the handle of a feather fan. Feather fans were introduced into Tudor England through the great Italian city states of Venice, Milan and Genoa. Originally fans had arrived in Italy from the East. By the 16th century the Western secular use of fans was largely confined to women. Costly and elaborate, these fans were dress accessories confirming status and rank.

Crafty Agatha: Thing that makes me go hmmmm...

Crafty Agatha: Thing that makes me go hmmmm...

Arxiu: G06 Una de les mènsules sota la balconada de la Paeria de Cervera

Arxiu: G06 Una de les mènsules sota la balconada de la Paeria de Cervera

Gold belt ends,Italy,14th-15th century.

Gold belt ends,Italy,14th-15th century.

16th-century Italian cutwork apron from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

16th-century Italian cutwork apron from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Ginevra Sforza, Castello Bentivoglio, Emilia Romagna https://www.flickr.com/photos/by_lawrencesmith/5818200169/

Ginevra Sforza, Castello Bentivoglio, Emilia Romagna https://www.flickr.com/photos/by_lawrencesmith/5818200169/

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