(Circa 1875) ~ Carved ivory Brisé fan entirely made up of nineteen closely spaced blades. Guards carved in high relief of sheaf of wheat, edges of blades carved to correspond when closed. White silk connecting ribbon. Ivory hook, long chain and chatelaine attachment for belt fastened to ring of fan.
Victorian jewellery: A late 19th century gold and ivory bracelet Set with three oval ivory plaques, each finely carved in high relief depicting floral bouquets, with graduated gold filigree spacers depicting phoenixes and serpents, Chinese maker's mark, retailer's mark W.W, damage to one filigree plaque, length 18.2cm, later fitted ivory case