無印良品 扇子

MUJI Japanese fan / ShopStyle: 無印良品 綿うちわ型扇子

MUJI Japanese fan / ShopStyle: 無印良品 綿うちわ型扇子

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Folding Fan on Behance여름이 끝나고 선풍기를 창고에 넣어두어야 할 때 공간을 많이 차지하지 않을 수 있는 효율적인 디자인인 것…

Folding Fan on Behance여름이 끝나고 선풍기를 창고에 넣어두어야 할 때 공간을 많이 차지하지 않을 수 있는 효율적인 디자인인 것…

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old fan ღ~*~*✿⊱╮

old fan ღ~*~*✿⊱╮

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Classic japanese fan / ShopStyle: 高島屋オンラインストア 白竹堂京扇子小紋だよりセット(鉄線唐草紋)

Classic japanese fan / ShopStyle: 高島屋オンラインストア 白竹堂京扇子小紋だよりセット(鉄線唐草紋)

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1912, plain undercoated hats. Simple shapes with a little trim were all lower classes could afford.

1912, plain undercoated hats. Simple shapes with a little trim were all lower classes could afford.

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Lace fan

Lace fan

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This be the Style of Hat be called the Ladies Riding Hat. Popular during the the late pirate era, prefect fer steam punk as well. Th very elegant head gear will catch the eye of many of pyrate. This b

This be the Style of Hat be called the Ladies Riding Hat. Popular during the the late pirate era, prefect fer steam punk as well. Th very elegant head gear will catch the eye of many of pyrate. This b

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Late 19th to early 20th century, America - Fan retailed by Tiffany & Company, New York - Embroidered and sequined silk; mother-of-pearl sticks and guards with gold inlay

Late 19th to early 20th century, America - Fan retailed by Tiffany & Company, New York - Embroidered and sequined silk; mother-of-pearl sticks and guards with gold inlay

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Japanese fan and stand

Japanese fan and stand

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Painted Cypress Fan, 1338-1573, This type of fan, called hiôgi in Japanese, is made of thin slats of cypress wood. Given that court ladies used this type of fan when wearing formal clothes, it is likely that it was commissioned for a female deity. The painting is executed in delicate brushstrokes on a ground lavishly decorated with gold and silver powder, hair-thin strips of silver foil, and granules of gold and silver.

Painted Cypress Fan, 1338-1573, This type of fan, called hiôgi in Japanese, is made of thin slats of cypress wood. Given that court ladies used this type of fan when wearing formal clothes, it is likely that it was commissioned for a female deity. The painting is executed in delicate brushstrokes on a ground lavishly decorated with gold and silver powder, hair-thin strips of silver foil, and granules of gold and silver.

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