London, South Kensington
9 November 2007
A CANTON FAN WITH ENAMELLED FILIGREE STICKS, 19TH CENTURY
the gilt sticks surmounted by a painted leaf, both sides showing a pair of lovers in a garden; a Canton ivory brisé fan worked with a central cartouche with the monogramme JJ and the Immortals, mid 19th century; a third Canton ivory brise fan (guard sticks missing); and a Canton fan with pierced bone sticks and painted leaf (4)
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