Exquisite hand fans from Duvelleroy 2013 Spring Summer Collection

The House of Duvelleroy in Paris, France makes extremely exquisite hand fans and they have been doing so as a tradition for centuries now. The 2013 Spring Summer Collection has been drawn from the imaginary wardrobe, from dawn till dusk. The Jewels Gold half-moon-shaped fan from this collection has the guard and stick enhanced in pitch-black ebony and the leaf in a golden harlequin pattern in straw marquetry. The leaf is made in saffron silk satin with heart cuts and is priced at a very Duvelleroyish cost of $3,780.

The Peacock is part of the Precious Birds collection and is made using Pheasant, Peacock, and Ostrich’s gorgeous feathers, making the balloon-shaped fan that is priced at $3150. The 14-peacock feathered leaf is mounted on ribs covered with deep blue silk, and mother-of-pearl is used to make the guard and stick.
The Purple Bird, also from the same collection, uses 18 ostrich feathers with an asymmetric silk leaf to make the half-moon-shaped fan, which costs $3,150.
The Lovebird fan’s guard and stick are the same as the Purple Bird and made using mother-of-pearl. The Lovebird is also priced at $3,150 and made of 14 ostrich feathers mounted on ribs covered with grey silk.
The Lovelace, one of the gorgeous fans of the collection, comes with a price tag of $3,840. This fan is half-moon shaped like the others, and its leaf is made of fine lace with ostrich feathers and the guard and sticks in mother-of-pearl.
Duvelleroy is credited with The Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant, marking the excellence of their traditional and industrial skills given to them by the French Ministry of Economy.

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