Folding Fan & Box; c. 1860; LDFAN2010.105.A & LDFAN2010.105.B
Folding Fan & BoxAbout this object
A bone fan with elaborately carved and gilt monture.
Double paper leaf, the obverse showing a chromolithograph of a village wedding with borders with bows and butterflies and flowers in the reserves.
The reverse, of gold patterned paper, has a print (inserted between the two leaves) of a turbaned gentleman with a hookah, surrounded by ladies - two of them are fanning him.
Complete with tooled gilt loop.
Nineteenth CenturyMedium and Materials
Bone, gilt, paper.Place Made
The prints are likely to be French although the monture is probably SpanishInscription and Marks
Leaf depth: 10.6cm
The Fan Museum TrustCredit Line
The Fan MuseumObject Type
LDFAN2010.105.A & LDFAN2010.105.BCopyright Licence
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