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Fans and Fancies **ONLINE ONLY**

Tennants Auctioneers For recommended carriers please refer to the Important Information Live Webcast Auction 27 May 2020 10:30 BST

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Leyburn, North Yorkshire

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  • The Auction Centre
  • Leyburn
  • North Yorkshire
  • DL8 5SG
  • United Kingdom

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Currency: GBP
Buyer's premium Inc. VAT/sales tax: 24.00%
Online commission inc. VAT/sales tax: 5.94%

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A Light and Airy Mid-18th Century French Ivory Fan, the guards and gorge decorated in bronze in a linear design. The double cream silk leaf comple...

A Late 18th Century Bone Fan, the double paper leaf printed and hand coloured, showing a seemingly ordinary man carrying a staff by the water's ed...

An Early Printed and Hand-Coloured Fan, the double paper leaf mounted on plain, slender ivory sticks, with mother of pearl thumb guards. The print...

A Very Dainty and Pretty 18th Century Peephole Fan, the monture of ivory, carved and pierced, pink foil laid behind the carving on the upper guard...

A First Half of the 18th Century Carved Ivory Fan, the monture with figures to the guards and gorge. The paper leaf, mounted à l'Anglaise, shows t...

A Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan with a particularly ornate gorge, the monture carved and pierced with painted panels to the upper guards. The gorge s...

L'Amitié Fraternelle: A Late-18th Century Ivory Fan with a double paper leaf, the recto portraying a charming image of a mother, father, small chi...

The Proposal: A Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, cheerful in bright blues and pink against the cream monture, with daintily painted and shaped sticks, ...

An Attractive Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the leaf mounted à l'Anglaise, the monture intricately carved and pierced and painted, the gorge noticea...

An 18th Century Ivory Brisé Fan, the two guards and twenty five inner sticks attractively painted with a scene of two 18th century couples picnick...

A Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the ivory guards deeply carved with scrolls and flowers, the gorge sticks featuring two panels, each with chinoiseri...

The New Caricature Dance Fan for 1799: a slender bone fan, the double paper leaf plain cream to the verso. The recto is printed with musical score...

A Pretty Mid-18th Century Cabriolet Fan, the slender monture plain ivory, the gorge and mid-leaf panel shaped to show the carving when closed. The...

A Dance Fan, French, circa 1810, a double paper leaf mounted on bone with plain monture and very tiny gorge. E. PAYNE INV'd Maitre de Danse à Lond...

A Group of Late 18th/19th and Early 20th Century Folding Fans plus one small cockade, the latter folding down to secure the sticks within the hand...

An 18th Century Carved Ivory Chinese Export Monture, Qing Dynasty, the tips of the guards reduced in length to fit a circa 1860's lithographed dou...

An Unusual Circa 1830's Pale Horn Brisé Fan, with an almost Persian design, the twenty inner sticks and two guards painted in gold. The tips and i...

A Circa 1830's Wood and Horn Fan, the monture having wood guards dyed black, clouté with silver metal and overlaid with white mother-of-pearl. The...

The Wedding Day Surprise! A Circa 1830's Horn Fan, the monture lightly pierced and clouté with silver metal, the upper guards being enclosed in go...

Three Fans: The first, circa 1890's, a large painted fan with double paper leaf, a restful scene of a courting couple seated in a clearing, the la...

An Attractive Early 20th Century Silk Fan, being a pastiche of an earlier French fan, the double leaf mounted on carved and pierced bone sticks, d...

An Interesting 20th Century Bone Fan, the monture carved and pierced , the double fabric leaf printed to the recto with a scene showing Francis I,...

A Novelty Cigar Cockade Fan, from the outside appearing as a genuine cigar, with red and gold label bearing the name of "B. Perez Mendez El Guajir...

An Elegant Circa 1900 Sequin Fan, the monture of white Mother of Pearl, with bone ribs. The cream net leaf is overlaid with cream silk, cut so as ...

A Circa 1830's Good Horn Brisé Fan with pointed tips to the twenty-one inner sticks and two guards. Barrel head. The decoration, in bands, is main...

A Circa 1830's Very Pale Horn Brisé Fan with barrel head, the monture carved and pierced in decorated bands, the tips pointed, painted recto/verso...

Three 19th Century Wood Brisé Fans, to include a small example painted with roses and leaves. Guard 7 inches or 18cm; a larger carved and pierced ...

Two Wood Brisé Fans from the 1880's, the first painted with a spray of pink roses and buds against a cream background, the sticks with rounded tip...

A Telescopic Wood Fan, the monture mid brown and unadorned, the double paper leaf decorated with embossed crests, regimental (e.g. Virtue by Valou...

A Mid-19th Century Carved and Pierced Wood Brisé Fan, European, shaped to emulate a folding fan with leaf, the gorge sticks simply carved and pier...

A 19th Century Brisé Fan, faux (?) tortoiseshell, sticks alternatively full or half length, held in place by three bands of thread. The upper sect...

A Wood Cockade Fan with elaborately carved and shaped handles, these featuring scrolling leaves. The inner sticks are shaped to complement the han...

A Very Tiny 19th Century White Mother-of-Pearl Carnet De Bal, the upper guard incised with a scrolling design of flowers and leaves, the lower gua...

A Bone Fan with painted leaf depicting an 18th century gentleman atop a ladder with painter's colour plate, been watched by a maiden gathering flo...

Three Large Fans, circa 1890's/1900, comprising a cream gauze fan painted with lilac many-petalled flowers and yellow blossom, the leaf edged with...

Three Late 19th Century Painted Fans, all mounted on black. The first, the leaf of shaped black gauze, presents a huge flower head with open cup a...

Boer War Commanders: A Palmette or Jenny Lind Fan, the wood sticks dyed green, c 1899, each embossed paper section shaped as a pansy, dark green w...

Three Large Fans, two circa 1890, the third slightly later, the monture of tortoiseshell, the double silk leaf painted with an 18th century couple...

Two Large Late 19th Century Fans, the first signed to the right by Ronot Tutin, a French painter who specialised in floral fan leaves. The cream g...

A Rare American Smaller Than Usual Novelty Cockade Cigar Fan, the case opening to reveal a paper cockade leaf printed with the stars and stripes. ...

A Cockade Fan, in attractively mottled tortoiseshell, with nineteen inner sticks and two folding guards, the inner sticks pierced, all with rounde...

A Cream Gauze Fan, circa 1900, embroidered with gold and silver spangles, the monture of green/pink mother-of-pearl, possibly Burgau. The gauze le...

An Oversized Wood Brisé Fan from Germany or Austria, autographed on the verso, one date of 1901 visible thereon, predated by the images on the rec...

Three Wood Brisé Fans, 19th century to early 20th century, the first with 14 inner sticks and two guards, the stick tips pierced. Printed on both ...

Four Fans, 19th to 20th Century, comprising a c.1830's horn brisé with pointed tips, carved and pierced, the sticks painted recto/verso with five ...

Death and The Maiden: A Very Unusual Fan, the monture of plain light pink mother of pearl, the coffee coloured silk satin leaf painted both sides....

The Start of the Campaign: A Mid-19th Century Fan, the double paper leaf mounted on carved and pierced wooden sticks painted a strong pink, the de...

A Large Late 19th Century Bone Fan, the monture plain, the double fabric leaf of cream silk, painted in soft pastels with a mountain scene and fea...

A Late 19th or Early 20th Century Pink Mother-of-Pearl Fan, the monture quite slender, and lightly carved, shaped and gilded in shades of gold. Th...

A Small and Dainty Early 20th Century Mother-of Pearl Fan, shaded pink, the monture lightly carved and gilded, the upper guard complementing the d...

An Early 20th Century Mother-of-Pearl Fan, the pearl white, and gilded with flowers. The cream silk leaf is backed with fine cream gauze, and pain...

A White Mother-of-Pearl Fan, circa 1900, mounted with cream gauze, cream silk being applied and secured with tiny silver sequins. The design featu...

A Circa 1910 Horn Fan, French, signed by Tutin, the monture carved and pierced and gilded. The cream gauze leaf is painted in a dull gold with sil...

Glasgow School of Art: A Small Cockade Fan, created by Ai Monita from silver, laminated plastic and a glass bead. Winner of the FCI competition si...

Honesty: A Fan Shape with 23 carat gold leaf panel and an amber bead rivet, the tops of the “sticks” are made from real “honesty” seed pods encase...

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