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
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Cognac Richarpailloud
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Cognac Sorin.
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Amer Picon.
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