Four early 19th century horn bris? fans, all with barrel heads, plus a later painted wood bris? fan, to include an example with clout? guards and sticks, the latter carved into roundels of diminishing size, each section painted with a blue flower, the twenty-one inner sticks and two guards with pointed tips, guard length approx. 6 inches or 15cm; a pale horn bris? fan with regular piercing in bands, the twenty-one inner sticks and two guards with pointed tips, guard approx. 6.25 inches or 16cm; a third pale horn bris?, lightly painted in gold with a central urn of flowers supplemented by feather decoration, the twenty-one inner sticks and two guards with pointed tips, guard approx. 6.25 inches or 16cm; the fourth pale horn bris? with decorative piercing in bands of different designs and width, the 14 inner sticks and two guards with pointed tips, guard approx. 6.25 inches or 16cm; and a wood bris? fan, 19th or early 20th century, painted with a young family in a clearing, the verso with a countryside scene, guard approx. 6 7/8 inches or 17cm (5)

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