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Jeanne Paquin  “L’OCCIDENTALE” Fan  Label: Edité par PAQUIN-Paris-PAUL IRIBE PINXT  1911  Vellum; pochoir of woman holding flower in scene with ocean and mountain; illustrated by Paul Iribe.

1911 vellum Jeanne Paquin “L’OCCIDENTALE” Fan, pochoir of woman holding flower in scene with ocean and mountain; illustrated by Paul Iribe.

TWO SILVER ART NOUVEAU LADIES ACCESSORIES, c. 1900

Art Nouveau Lady's Silk & Silver Fan, ca. 1900 ~ male w/ flowing scarf in bas relief on each guard, silver etched sticks, sapphire blue silk satin leaf hand painted w/ male dancer & scarf dollars at auction)

Galloping Beauties - Wall Hanging Fan (Bamboo and Silk Cloth))

Galloping Beauties - Wall Hanging Fan

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made by Eventails Chambrelent, Paris, France. In the 1890s manufacturers used fans for commercial purposes. They advertised not only services related to dress, such as department stores, but also shops, restaurants and theatres. This type of fan was usually made of cheap printed paper, with wooden sticks, and in large numbers. This fan has a striking Art Deco image of Pierrot. On the reverse are photographs of the Brasserie Universelle restaurant in Paris. 1920-29.| V&A

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Advertising fan, made by Eventails Chambrelent, Paris, France, Museum Number

abanico primavera

abanico primavera

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Celluloid & Bone Hand Fan w Hand Painted Violets | A lovely vintage celluloid and bone hand fan c1900-1920s.

Celluloid & Bone Hand Fan w Hand Painted Violets: celluloid w violets: Removed

Henlith 1239 Vintage Hand Fan on Stick Art Deco Redhead Flapper Floral Bluebirds

Henlith 1239 Vintage Hand Fan on Stick Art Deco Redhead Flapper Floral Bluebirds

A Fan with a Story | Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York

Folding Fan Designed By Simon Lissim - Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York

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