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Fan; Estimated early to mid 18th century; 2004.53.1

Fan; Estimated early to mid 18th century; 2004.53.1
Fan; Estimated early to mid 18th century; 2004.53.1Fan; Estimated early to mid 18th century; 2004.53.1Fan; Estimated early to mid 18th century; 2004.53.1Fan; Estimated early to mid 18th century; 2004.53.1
Name/Title
Fan
About this object
Ornate fan with ivory sticks, carved with floral motifs and pierced work. The body of the fan is hand painted and depicts a hunting scene with women, dogs and archery bows. The end guard sticks are also carved ivory with floral design and figurine. It also has mother of pearl rivets.

This fan was purchased by the donor's aunt, Alison Moser, during a trip to England in the 1930's.

Date Made
Estimated early to mid 18th century
Medium and Materials
Ivory, mother of pearl, paper or vellum
Measurements
430mm W x 260mm H
Credit Line
Donated by Katherine Bowden, Whangarei Museum, Kiwi North
Object number
2004.53.1

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