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Two painted 18th centre fans

Maker:  Maker Unknown




Two painted 18th centre fans, circa 1760, one with pierced ivory sticks and guards, painted to one side with a medieval scene of soldiers in combat and a fair maiden, 30cm.; together with another, the sticks pierced, carved and painted with small children, putti, the leaf with a courting couple on a country setting (one stick broken), 27cm. long (2).

ID:  114733



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