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Late 19th century mother-of-pearl fan with white lace leaf.

Late 19th century mother-of-pearl fan with white lace leaf.

Eventail réalisé en pergamano

Eventail réalisé en pergamano

A FINE JAPANESE IVORY BRISE FAN | Christie's

A FINE JAPANESE IVORY BRISE FAN | Christie's

Eventail peint réalisé en pergamano et encadré avec une coupe franche

Eventail peint réalisé en pergamano et encadré avec une coupe franche

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A Japanese shibayama lacquered ivory fan, late Meiji period ~ The Shibayama technique (usually associated with lacquer, 芝山漆器) was named after craftsman Shibayama Senzo (大野木専蔵, born Ōnoki Senzō from Shibayama village, Shimo-osa, now Chiba prefecture, 18th century) who is said to have perfected the art of applying mother of pearl inlay to ivory. Shibayama ware was used exclusively for items to be exported to the West.

A Japanese shibayama lacquered ivory fan, late Meiji period ~ The Shibayama technique (usually associated with lacquer, 芝山漆器) was named after craftsman Shibayama Senzo (大野木専蔵, born Ōnoki Senzō from Shibayama village, Shimo-osa, now Chiba prefecture, 18th century) who is said to have perfected the art of applying mother of pearl inlay to ivory. Shibayama ware was used exclusively for items to be exported to the West.

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langage de l éventail du 28eme siecles

langage de l éventail du 28eme siecles

Fan 1890–99 Culture: American Medium: Wood, silk, metal, metallic

Fan 1890–99 Culture: American Medium: Wood, silk, metal, metallic

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