This natural silk fan with brush lines is inspired by the Indonesian ikat. The initial design evolves and shies away from the border to let itself loose in the form of brushstrokes of colour that freely invade the whole space. Diversity of colours move, giving a glimpse of the white of the fabric.
It can be combined with the scarf that bears its name, a cheerful and lively ensemble.
The fan is an increasingly popular accessory. It is no longer the exclusive preserve of mature women and more and more young girls and men are using it as an accessory.
It is a practical object to fan ourselves in hot weather, but it is also a decorative and collector’s item.
Moreover, it has become a typical gift for the foreign public given our cultural tradition that comes to us from Asia in the 18th century.
This silk fan is made of pear wood, which is highly prized for its quality.
It is a wood that is strong and light, does not weigh and opens and closes very well.
Such a fan is a laborious task. First the silk is hand-painted, the colour is fixed at high temperature, washed, starched in order to pleat and assemble the rods. And everything is handmade.
In addition, this natural silk fan with brush lines can be combined with the “NATURAL SILK SCARF WITH BRUSH COLOURS“.