Fans to flutter around between sips from your champagne flute. Made to be given away by Moët et Chandon and some of their friends. All very pretty and more fun than a Facebook ad. Taken from an October 2018 Coutau Begarie auction catalog.

A pair of fans after Régent including one for Moët et Chandon champagne. Wooden frames. No date.
A pair of fans after Régent including one for Moët et Chandon champagne with wooden sticks. No date. French. Image © Drouot Digital. Fair use license. via https://www.drouotonline.com/en/lots/10507832?actionParam=listLot&controllerParam=lot&fromId=99598&query=
Cockade fans printed on double sheets of paper. Advertisements for Grandes Distilleries Peureux and other firms. Wooden sticks.
Cockade fans printed on double sheets of paper. Advertisements for Grandes Distilleries Peureux and others. Wooden sticks. Image © ÉTUDE COUTAU-BÉGARIE. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=9425712&np=1&lng=fr&npp=20&ordre=3&aff=&r=
Advertising fans for Champagne Krug and Paul Bur. No date.
Advertising fans for Champagne Krug and Paul Bur. No date. Printed paper with wooden frames. Image © ÉTUDE COUTAU-BÉGARIE. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=9425728&np=1&lng=fr&npp=20&ordre=3&aff=&r=
"The Glory of the Allies."
“The Glory of the Allies.” Flags fan, bringing together the allies of the First World War. 20th c. Blue stained wood strands. Fan made for La Veuve Clicquot champagne. Image © ÉTUDE COUTAU-BÉGARIE. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=9425813&np=1&lng=fr&npp=20&ordre=3&aff=&r=
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Fans to flirt with and others to stay cool with . . .a fashion I hope is coming back. Very pretty. 19th century and all from China.

Fan with a messenger of victory motif. 1860-1880.
Fan with a messenger of victory motif. 1860-1880. Black lacquered bamboo frame with gold decoration of Chinese characters in gardens painted on both side with scenes from palaces. Silk tassel. Image © Coutau-Bégarie and Associates, Paris. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=9525784&np=&lng=fr&npp=150&ordre=&aff=&r=
Wood fan with painted silk insertions. ca. 1860.
Wood fan with painted silk insertions. ca. 1860. Chinese. Collection of the Fan Museum Trust. Image © 2019 The Fan Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.thefanmuseum.org.uk/collections/fan919598
Fan with a material games motif. ca. 1880.
Fan with a material games motif. ca. 1880. Ivory and silk. Ivory stand with tortoiseshell, enamel, mother-of-pearl and gold filigree. Image © Coutau-Bégarie and Associates, Paris. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=9525794&np=&lng=fr&npp=150&ordre=&aff=&r=

Fans from “Costumes parisiens. Eventails de Paquin d’après” from a 1912 issue of the Parisian fashion magazine ” Journal des Dames et des Modes”. Engraved from drawings that George Barbier and Paul Iribe made for the fashion House of Paquin, you could be chic waving them around at a party anywhere.

Fan #1.
Fan #1 Plate 42 (detail) Image © Diktats.com. Fair use license. via http://www.diktats.com/french/eventails-de-paquin-d-apres-george-barbier-et-paul-iribe-le-journal-des-dames-et-des-modes-costumes-parisiens-1912.html
Fan #2 Plate 42 (detail)
Fan #2 Plate 42 (detail) Image © Edition Originale. Fair use license. via https://www.edition-originale.com/en/prints-engravings-photographs/prints-xxe/-costumes-parisiens-eventails-de-paquin-1912-57647
Fan #3 Plate 42 (detail).
Fan #3 Plate 42 (detail). https://www.edition-originale.com/en/prints-engravings-photographs/prints-xxe/-costumes-parisiens-eventails-de-paquin-1912-57647

Perfect for a Saturday night anywhere on earth . . .vintage 1920’s Art Deco liquor advertisement promotional fans . . . .

Cognac Richarpailloud
Cognac Richarpailloud. via http://www.idesirevintageposters.com/blogs/vintage-advertising-fans-they-spoke-to-many/fan-cognac-richardpailloud/
Cognac Sorin.
Cognac Sorin. via http://www.idesirevintageposters.com/blogs/vintage-advertising-fans-they-spoke-to-many/
Amer Picon.
Amer Picon. via http://www.idesirevintageposters.com/blogs/vintage-advertising-fans-they-spoke-to-many/.