London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
VEUVE AMIOT, A COCKADE ADVERTISING FAN
closing to form a chromolithographic champagne bottle, published by Chambrelent,--9in. (23cm) closed including wooden sticks, 1905; five other cockade fans in the form of bottles for Perrier Water, Cinzano, Christal-Vouvray, Rhum Negrita, Old Nick Rum; and Amer Picon; eight further cockade fans advertising: Pippermint Get d'apres Cheret 1899; Excelsior, John Tavernier, two different fans; Pippermint Get, Get Freres & Revel (H.G.); Marsala Rapali 1904; Biere Karcher, Restaurant Fournier, all by Chambrelent, late 19th and early 20th century; and Salambo d'apres Dransy; and two chromolithographic fans by Chambrelent, one advertising St. Hubert Quinquina
See Illustration of Six Bottle-shaped Fans (16)
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First fan exhibited La Tour-de-Peilz 1994, Fig. 68.
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