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Merilyn Monroe, pinatado a mano en abanico de tela color marfil por Gigi Abanicos

Merilyn Monroe, pinatado a mano en abanico de tela color marfil por Gigi Abanicos

Fan thought to have belonged to Charles I, c. 1600. Royal Collection, Queen Elizabeth II

Fan from the Stuart Collection. bone guards and sticks + Reputedly, Charles I; purchased by King George V, 18 June 1910

Fan, 1800-1810, Manchester Art Gallery

‘She was immediately bunted forward by her mother, dropping her fan. Suddenly animated, Mr Darcy raced forward to retrieve it.’ This pic - Fan,

Keep a handy foldable fan with you to keep you cool wherever you go. Available in Printed and Plain.

Summer style from Eileen Fisher. This heatwave is affecting my behaviour. I've swapped my lunchtime sandwich for a bowl of cool gazpac.

1900 Feather brise fan of grey blue goura Museum of the City of New York

This accessory is a 1900 brise fan. It is made with real features and light weight metal.

1798, France - Printed fan after costume print - Paper leaf. Printed, hand-colored scene of two women having tea, small dog right, signed “SL 918”; against brown background ornamented with hand-cut steel sequins; narrow silver band at top. Ivory sticks.

France - Printed fan after costume print - Paper leaf. Printed, hand-colored scene of two women having tea, small dog right, signed “SL against brown background ornamented with hand-cut steel sequins; narrow silver band at top.