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Resultado de imagen para abanicos y pantallas

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Ladies Regency Fans « Jane Austen's World (thanks to Jessie Ratledge)  It is always useful to know the name of things...

Ladies Regency Fans

Ladies Regency Fans « Jane Austen’s World (thanks to Jessie Ratledge) It is always useful to know the name of things…

"Morning Glory" Japanese paper fan (-uchiwa-) Imopea--designated 'imperialis'--In Japanese, called "morning face" or "asagao"

a beautiful 1840s Austrian fan

I just picked up this hand fan at the local antique shop: I also have not posted anything about a beautiful Austrian fan that John b.

Wall | VK

Wall | VK

Brisé fan, 1850's, French silk                                                                                      Date:                                        1850s                                                          Culture:                                        French                                                          Medium:                                        silk, celluloid

Brisé fan, French silk Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, celluloid

Resultado de imagen para abanicos y pantallas

Resultado de imagen para abanicos y pantallas

Fan - 1911 - The Victoria & Albert Museum

Fan designed by Georges Barbier for Jeanne Paquin 1911 Printed and hand-coloured paper, with painted silk, bone, metal and silk thread. Georges Barbier was a leading fashion illustrator in Paris in.

Dance engagements card for 11 January 1887, showing a list of all the dances for the evening - valse, polka, lancers and quadrille; opposite each dance is a space to record the name of the partner for that dance.

Dance engagements card for 11 January showing valse, polka, lancers and quadrille; a space to record the partner. Kept as a souvenir of the evening.

Collector Fans, Spanish Fans, Abanicos, Hand Fans, Flamenco

Stunning unique collector Spanish Fan, made with the finest quality Pear Tree Wood. All carved and painted by hand with gorgeous red and pink flowers. Makes a very classy gift, is beautiful and practical.

Fan, 1800-1810, Manchester Art Gallery

‘She was immediately bunted forward by her mother, dropping her fan. Suddenly animated, Mr Darcy raced forward to retrieve it.’ This pic - Fan,

Revival – Ventagli da collezione | Café des Arts

Revival – Ventagli da collezione

This ivory cockade fan was made in 1790 for the then-Prince of Wales, and later King George IV

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