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Britannia! A Late 18th Century Ivory Fan with slender monture, carved and pierced in a regular, classical style. The double leaf features a centra...

Royalty: Two Paper Fans from different decades, commencing with England Since The Conquest, a printed fan, the double paper leaf published by J.Co...

The Oracle, Book of Fate: A Circa 1800 Printed Fan, the monture of plain, darkly stained wood. The double paper leaf is printed and hand coloured ...

The Lady's Adviser, Physician and Moralist: or Half an Hour's Entertainment at the Expense of Nobody: London, Publish'd by Ashton and Co No 28 Lit...

An Unusual French Revolutionary Period Riddle Fan, the monture of bone, with some light carving and painting to the upper guards. The double paper...

A Bright and Detailed Ivory Fan, circa 1780, the vellum leaf mounted à l'Anglaise and featuring not only a colourful central pastoral scene with l...

A Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the upper guards carved and pierced with a bird amidst foliage, the gorge sticks carved rather more simply, in pairs...

Le Réveil Matin: A Late 18th Century Wood Fan, the sticks plain, the slender guards finished with ivory thumb guards. The double paper leaf, engra...

A Circa 1730 Ivory Fan, the vellum leaf a l'Anglaise and painted in gouache en grisaille, showing a maiden, seated in the grounds of an interestin...

A Good 18th Century Ivory Fan with detailed and complex carving to the monture. Slender, the head carved as a shell, the shoulder to head section ...

An 18th Century Ivory Fan, the vellum leaf mounted à L'Anglaise, the upper guards carved with a profile of a lady to the recto and a gentleman to ...

A Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the double leaf en grisaille in sea green, with a touch of flesh colour for faces and hands. A courting couple, seat...

Chinoiserie in the 18th Century: Four 18th Century Fans, the first being early and elaborately decorated, with gold foil shapes to the top border,...

Three 18th Century Ivory Fans, to include an unusual example with recto/verso painted on vellum en grisaille with a depiction of rolling English f...

A Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the upper guards particularly well carved and silvered with a painted Chinoiserie figure to the top and a tiny figur...

Three Mid-18th Century Ivory Fans, the first French, the monture quite simply decorated with a linear design to the upper guards and silvering on ...

The Toilet of Venus: A Large Early 18th Century Ivory Fan, the upper guards plain, the lower sections shaped and carved at the shoulder and mid go...

An Attractive Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the upper guards carved and pierced quite elaborately in a vertical panel, silvered and gilded. The fine...

An Early 18th Century Ivory Biblical Fan with simple monture, and reasonably bulbous head. The vellum leaf, mounted à l'Anglaise, shows an elderly...

An Early 18th Century Ivory Fan (possibly earlier) painted on vellum in strong colours, with Venus appearing in her chariot in front of Adonis, re...

A Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the monture carved and silvered and gilded in classical style, with urns, birds and flowers. The vellum leaf, painte...

An 18th Century Ivory Fan, the monture Chinese Export, with some quite unusual features to the carving. From the shoulder, the carving is designed...

A Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the monture carved, pierced and painted in strong colours, to match the vibrancy of the leaf. The guards and centre ...

A Late 18th Century Ivory Brisé Fan, painted to the recto with a colourful depiction of Moses, having been hidden in the bulrushes by his mother, ...

An 18th Century Ivory Fan, the slender monture carved, pierced and painted in colour, the gorge with a central cartouche painted with chinoiserie ...

An 18th Century Ivory Fan, the skin leaf mounted à l'Anglaise and painted with a scene of a son kneeling before his father, both in armour, the so...

Mars and Venus: An 18th Century Ivory Fan with ornate gilded and silvered gorge, a central cartouche and two side vignettes all carved with figure...

A Good Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the monture of white mother-of-pearl, silvered and gilded. The upper guard features a large classical urn. The ...

An Interesting Mid-18th Century Ivory and Tortoiseshell Fan, the gorge sticks in ivory with colourful painting of musical instruments and flowers,...

An 18th Century Painted Ivory Brisé Fan, the monture pierced quite simply to the gorge but elaborately to the upper section. The central cartouche...

The Social Gathering: An 18th Century Ivory Brisé Fan, the sticks with straight tips, the guards fitted with tortoiseshell thumb guards. The uppe...

A Good Late 18th Century Carved Ivory Brisé Fan, the large painted central cartouche depicting two ladies and two children in the gardens of a gra...

A Fine Painted 18th Century Brisé Fan, carved and pierced, the main cartouche with a European representation, perhaps a theatrical scene, the rese...

A Rare Early 18th Century Allegorical Printed Fan with very detailed leaf, showing an assembly with, amongst others, Old Father Time, Fame, Mercur...

A Late 18th Century Grand Tour Fan with several Italian views and corresponding written detail, the simply formed ivory sticks painted subtly in g...

A Mid-18th Century Ivory Fan, the velum leaf mounted à l'Anglaise and colourfully painted with Flora, having happened upon a young maiden seated a...

Three 19th and 20th Century Fans, to include: A large fan with fabric leaf mounted on plain stained wood sticks, the recto showing a rural outdoor...

A Good Gauze Fan, the double leaf in fontange form, and presented in three sections, the central panel featuring a hunting scene, a lady on horseb...

A Dramatic Fan, the leaf in aubergine cotton, shaped and cut away to follow the form of blousy pansies with orange stamens, gold highlights and go...

A Pretty, Turn of the Century Fan, with an unusually shaded mother-of-pearl monture, quite autumnal colours. The leaf background of cream gauze su...

Japan: A Bone Fan with double paper leaf, the recto painted with a spray of pastel blooms in full flower, two birds in flight approaching. The ver...

An Unusual Paper Fan, initially appearing quite plain, in dark aubergine, but in fact featuring a design on the double paper leaf made with pinpri...

A Selection of 20th Century Face Screens or Fixed Fans, generally Chinese, the first a double-sided example with brightly coloured butterflies to ...

A Pretty 19th Century Fixed Fan or Face Screen of rectangular form, in cream silk painted with a slender flowering bush in a wooden planter, the f...

A Very Pretty Early 20th Century Mother-of-Pearl Fan, in shades of green and pink (burgau), the leaf with cream background net, overlaid with crea...

A Striking Fan, the wood sticks painted black, serpentine, the guards of shaped bone. The fan, in ''cabriolet'' form, created with an upper fabric...

An Early 20th Century White Mother-of-Pearl Fan, the leaf with cream background net, overlaid with cream silk in one large central panel, allowing...

Three Small Celluloid Fans from the first quarter of the 20th century, suitable for dolls or young girls. To include a cream brisé with 18 inner s...

A 20th Century Fan in fontange form, the yellow gauze, mounted à l'Anglaise on celluloid sticks, features a dancer wearing blue, the skirt volumin...

A John Brooker Original, number 65 from a limited edition of 100 and signed by John on the verso. Printed in London and retailed by the Fan Museum...

Five Fans, two with sequins and two in Palmette or Jenny Lind form. To include a fine circa 1900-1910 example, the bone monture incised and painte...

Riverside Pastimes: An Attractive Fan featuring a busy riverside gathering, wooden boats crossing from side to side, ferrying wealthy couples to a...

A Circa 1920's Pink Mother-of-Pearl Fan, the monture gilded, mounted with a Brussels tape lace leaf, Together with A Palmette or Jenny Lind Fan, t...

A Lime Green Silk Fan, circa 1900, with net insertions and sequins embroidered throughout, mounted on wood sticks stained dark brown, clouté with ...

A Slender Wood Brisé Fan, the upper guard carved with a decorative tip and incorporating a mirror. With, unusually, thirty-four inner sticks and t...

A Palmette or Jenny Lind Fan, the panels of black paper, each embroidered with black beads and gold sequins in a floral design. The verso is plain...

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