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Fan

Description: Folding fan. Sticks and guards of openwork wood interwoven with pink, blue, and white ribbon. Three applied oval paper figurals: two female at sides with center scene of three figures gardening(?).
Date: 1770/1800
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Mourning Fan

Description: Folding mourning fan. Guards and sticks of plain black wood, shaped but not adorned. The leaf is of plain black cloth. No visible labels, marks or signatures.
Date: 1900/1925
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan of bone and satin. Guards and sticks of bone, intricately carved with pierced latticework. Plain off-white silk satin leaf. Chased metal bail ring at pivot with mother-of-pearl beads. Off-white silk tassel tied to bail. Inscribed on silk leaf along one guard: "Hood W. [illeg.] / June 5th /73"; other inscriptions on other guard, too fragile to examine.
Date: 1870/1879
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding-style fan of wood and paper. The plain wooden sticks are stained dark brown, with the outermost stick acting as partial guard. The paper leaf is printed on both sides, the front advertising Galleries Lafayette, with text " 'Ne Vendre Que Du Bon Le Meilleur March Possible.' / voila le principe fondamental sinclerent applique, qu a provoque le prodigieux essor / des Galeries Lafayette / seale Maisor au Monde dont le chiffre d'affaires annuel depasse le milliard de francs"; with view of seated lady with full skirt. Reverse with view of Art Deco-style lady looking in a hand mirror. Front of leaf signed "Jean / Gabriel / Domergue" Reverse of leaf signed: "Gabriel / Ferro"
Date: 1926
Creator: Domergue, Jean-Gabriel & Ferro, Gabriel
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding-style fan with molded plastic sticks and guards and printed paper leaf. "U" shaped bail ring at bottom. Leaf is printed on one side: "Neiman Marcus - Fashion Exposition / Sept 1950 / Dallas _ Texas".
Date: 1950
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan with wooden sticks and guards, and paper leaf. The guards have applied celluloid(?) panels, the lower sections plain and the upper decorated with pastel "scales" in blue and yellow. Set with colored stones in square recesses. The paper leaf is painted on one side with a stylized design of clusters of roses in reds, pinks, and yellow/orange on a pink/mauve ground with blue shapes. "U"-shaped bail ring at bottom.
Date: 192X
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan with intricately carved and decorated tortoiseshell guards and sticks. Leaf of stiffened off-white organdy, heavily embroidered with steel paillettes and gold sequins. Embroidered and sequined peacock feathers applied to ends of alternating sticks. Pivot-point at end set on each side with blue stone.
Date: 187X
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan made of thin polished wood or bamboo guards lacquered a dark mahogany and dyed purple. Paper leaf with hand-painted abstract design of flowers and foliage on a reddish ground. Metal bail. Reverse is unadorned. No visible labels or marks.
Date: 1900/1950
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan with 17 bone sticks; white lace with round and clover leaf shaped silver sequins. Sticks carved with tiny flower and dot designs on 8 sticks and leaf and curly designs on 9 sticks. Back of fan is not decorated.
Date: 1885
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Plain shaped wooden sticks and guards. Leaf of cream paper with thin border of brown. On the leaf are three printed vignettes: 1) view of a street through an archway, titled "Calle de Cuchilleros"; 2) View of the exterior of a church/mission, titled "San Antonio de la Florida"; 3) Scene of a bear shaking a tree, entitled "Madrid".
Date: 1950/1986
Creator: Casa de Diego (Madrid, Spain)
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Sticks and guards of plain, unadorned wood. Paper leaf colored lithographed with line of musical score and lyrics across top, French text, and figural scene. Titled “Allégorie sur les États Généraux”.
Date: 1789
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Sticks and guards of plain, unadorned wood. Paper leaf lithographed with figurals of “Louis Doule”, “Louis Seize” and “Henri Quatre”.
Date: 1775/1800
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Sticks and guards of plain, unadorned wood. Paper leaf lithographed with French text and clerical scene of nuns and monks. Titled “Le Déménagenent du Clergé”.
Date: 1789
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Guards and sticks of carved and pierced ivory (bone?) with a foliage designs. The white sheer doubled organdy leaf is hand-painted with central vignette of a garden scene of a couple greeting a woman seated on a bench. The leaf with added hand-panted border of a garland of flowers. Reverse is unadorned. No visible labels, marks or signatures. Fan has been in-expertly mended at some point previous to entering collection.
Date: 1880/1889
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Tortoise shell fan

Description: Folding fan with tortoise-shell frame. Sticks and loop of tortoise shell; possibly for brisé style fan; missing leaf or ribbon. Measurements: 39 cm extended; guard 21 cm long x 3 cm wide
Date: 1830/1839
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan with mother-of-pearl sticks and guards. Leaf of white needlepoint lace backed with champaign satin. Silver-colored "U" shaped bail ring at bottom. Measurements: Guard: 27 cm long x 2.8 cm wide; Open: 50 cm across
Date: 1875/1900
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan with mother-of-pearl sticks and guards. Off-white satin leaf. Gilt metal bail ring at base for suspension. Outer guards have been repaired with a "jeweler's repair" of small metal rivets.
Date: unknown
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan. Guards and sticks of lightly carved ivory (bone?) with scrolling foliate designs. The leaf is of white lace. Sticks are unadorned on the reverse. No visible labels, marks or signatures. Fan has alternately been identified as Irish lace or machine-made lace, and dated 1830's or 1880-1899.
Date: 1880/1899
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan of cockade type. Red metal handle embossed with birds and flowering vines. The pleated paper fans forms a full circle. One side printed with a scene of a long-tailed bird (Phoenix?) sitting amid flowering branches with gold background. Reverse is printed with a scene of two birds flying over flowering branches. Marked in metal of handle: "Midget Fan / No. 104" and "Made in Hong Kong".
Date: 195X
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan with mother of pearl sticks and guards. The leaf is of black Chantilly lace backed with cream satin. A small bail loop at base of fan has an off-white silk tassel hanging from it.
Date: 1890
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Fan

Description: Folding fan with mother-of-pearl sticks and guards. Leaf of white needlepoint lace backed with cream satin. Silver-colored "U" shaped bail ring at bottom.
Date: 1875/1899
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
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