London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
AN IVORY BRISE FAN
carved recto only and pierced with monogram 'M' and figures in junks and kiosks,--7in. (17.8cm), Canton, circa 1810; and another with monogram 'CH', carved with figures and buildings,--7in. (17.8cm), Canton, circa 1810 (2)
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Sold with a letter dated 'Wickham 7 July 1817' from J Wainwright to his cousin Mrs Harston of Shoreham, sending her the fan which belonged to his late mother.
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