An Art Nouveau mother-of-pearl fan with jewelled and enamelled gilt-metal mounts, J. Th. Heinze, Dresden, circa 1910. The Brussels mixed lace leaf with flowers and scrolls, the gilt-mounted veneered mother-of-pearl guards each applied with a colourful enamelled peacock perched on a cabochon sapphire-set openwork flowering plant, each signed J. Th. Heinze, sapphire pivot, mother-of-pearl and ivory sticks. #ArtNouveau #Heinze #fan
AN ART NOUVEAU HORN FAN, CHARLES HAIRON, PARIS, CIRCA 1910. The slender guards and sticks carved as angelica flowers, the painted silk leaf cut out over net with purple-tinged angelica flowers further embellished with tinted spangles, amethyst-set rivet, signed on guard: C. Hairon. #ArtNouveau #Hairon #fan
Circa middle 1800's, this fine ivory brise fan has a superb guardstick, four stags are carved in high relief amidst a forest terrain. The fan appears in two books, including in the collection of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum.