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'Marie-Antoinette's Fan' - Ivory Brise Fan: Matching Ivory And Mother Of Pearl Guards, Ivory Sticks - French   c.1720-1730  (Acquired By Queen Victoria Of The United Kingdom (1819-1901)  -  Royal Collection Trust

'Marie-Antoinette's Fan' - Ivory Brise Fan: Matching Ivory And Mother Of Pearl Guards, Ivory Sticks - French (Acquired By Queen Victoria Of The United Kingdom - Royal Collection Trust

This fan is based on a painting by Johann Heinrich Ramberg and depicts the King and Royal Family attending the Royal Academy Exhibition.

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Great Britain - Fan by Antonio Poggi - Engraved and hand-coloured paper, with carved and pierced ivory sticks and guards

Brisé fan Date: first quarter 18th century Culture: probably French Medium: ivory, oil paint, paper Dimensions: 8 1/2 in. (21.6 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Orme Wilson, 1954

First quarter century, probably France - Brisé fan - Ivory, oil paint, paper

Fan of  Elegant Woman from front and back. 1830's. The Victoria and Albert Museum.

Magnificent Fan of Elegant Woman from front and back. The Victoria and Albert Museum.

Fan  French, 18th century

century, France - Fan - Fifteen carved and pierced mother of pearl sticks. One guard broken. Inlaid with spangles, double silk leaf, one side painted in bright colors with landscape and five figures, garlands of flowers and sewed on spangles.

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : early 19th century French Fan

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : early century French Fan

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