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Fan

An important tradition of mat-making using woven fronds of the pandanus palm also led to the making of other items such as fans. Irubuli is the Fijian word for...

Fan

This fan is probably the oldest item in the costume collection. The leaf of this fan is made of vellum, which is an animal skin. The sticks and guards are...

Fire fan

Fire-fan woven from the leaves of the awarra palm. Such fans have multiple uses. They are used to fan fires, as spatulas to turn cassava (a bread-like...

Fan

An important tradition of mat-making using woven fronds of the pandanus palm also led to the making of other items such as fans. Irubuli is the Fijian word for...

Fan

Using hala or pandanus leaves (Pandanus tectorius), this lauhala fan was made for sale to tourists. However, souvenirs like this example highlight the use of traditional materials which continue...

Fan

This fan has sticks of ivory with a painted paper leaf. It shows three scenes of Naples, with the central scene showing the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius erupting....

Fan

A fan from northern Nigeria. Likely acquired by FP Pinkett 1895 - 1911....

Fan

Fijian fan. Examples are still being made today and are popular with both the locals and the tourists....

Fan

A wood fan that was acquired by FWL Ross for his museum in Topsham....