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A4118 Fan, with box, ivory / paper, China. Click to enlarge.

Fan, with box, ivory / paper, China

Chinese fan in box, finely carved ivory blades, hand painted paper mounting, human figures with faces in painted ivory.

Summary

Object No.

A4118

Object Statement

Fan, with box, ivory / paper, China

Physical Description

Chinese fan in box, finely carved ivory blades, hand painted paper mounting, human figures with faces in painted ivory.

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1947

Acquisition Date

7 October 1947

Cite this Object

Harvard

Fan, with box, ivory / paper, China 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 16 June 2019, <https://ma.as/179939>

Wikipedia

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This object is currently on display in Reflections of Asia: Collectors and Collections at the Powerhouse Museum.

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