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Maker/s

Unknown

Category

fans

Name

brisé fan

School/Style

Oriental style

Description

Horn with jewelled pin at the head and a yellow ribbon securing the blades. Decorated with silver and gilt foil and cut-steel sequins.

Production Notes

Possibly Italian

Production Place

Italy (country) ()

Italian (nationality) ()

Technique Description

Brisé fan with jewelled pin at the head and a yellow ribbon securing the blades. Decorated with silver and gilt foil and cut-steel sequins.

Dimensions

length: (guards): 15.9 cm
width: (whole): 28.5 cm

Period

late 18th century

Date

circa 1780 to 1800

Provenance

given: Priuli-Bon, Contessa 1979-12-03 (Filtered for: Applied Arts collection)

Given by Contessa Priuli-Bon

Other Notes

The fan arrived at the museum in a green velvet lined, glass-covered frame bearing on the back a handwritten label stating 'Fan belonged to / Bembo who/married Filippo Priuli-Bonn/1787'

Accession Number

M.27-1979 (Applied Arts)
(Reference Number: 118086; Input Date: 2004-12-07 / Last Edit: 2011-05-10)

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