Antique Alive Paper Fan

Hand Painted Folding White Paper Bamboo Art Asian Oriental Black Chinese Ink Orchid Painting Wall Deco Korean Handheld Wooden Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£23.94
This hand painted fan sealed by the artist is aimed to exhibit the orchid painting creating a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) strand tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. The orchid, one of the "four noble beings" (sagunja), that emits a fragrant aroma in a deep valley, symbolizes a noble sage leading an austere life. Read More Size: Unfolded 21"Wide x Folded 11.8"Lenth (53 x 30cm) Notice: This item doesn't include the wood stand in the picture.
Hand Painted Folding Black Chinese Ink Bamboo Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Art Handheld Decorative Fan

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£23.94
This hand painted fan sealed by the artist is aimed to exhibit the bamboo, an elegant and graceful plant symbolic of North East Asia, painting creating a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) strand tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. The bamboo, one of the "four noble beings" (sagunja), symbolizes loyalty as its leaves and stalks stay green throughout the seasons. Read More Notice: This item doesn't include the wood stand in the picture.
Hand Painted Folding Red and White Korean Plum Flower Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan

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£23.94
This hand painted fan sealed by the artist is aimed to exhibit the maehwa tree painting on which a pair of birds perched on a branch for a rest creating a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) strand tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. One of the sagunja ("four noble beings") motifs, maehwa refers to the Korean plum blossom that has long been the herald of spring. Korean artists have been fascinated by maehwa, which blooms at the end of winter, and thus have praised it as a symbol of the noble spirit overcoming all hardships. Notice: This item doesn't include the wood stand in the picture.
Hand Painted Folding Landscape Painting of Riverside Pavilion in Spring Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£99.95
This unique bamboo hand fan exhibits a beautiful landscape painting of a riverside pavilion in spring. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box.
Hand Painted Folding Autumn Scene Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£99.95
This unique Asian hand fan exhibits a beautiful autumn landscape painting of a lake on Korean mulberry paper. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box.
Hand Painted Folding Winter Scene Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£99.95
This unique Asian hand fan exhibits a beautiful winter scene painting on Korean mulberry paper. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box.
Hand Painted Folding Painting of Two Musicians in Mountain Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£99.95
This beautiful paper hand fan exhibits a unique scene of two men playing the bamboo flute and drum in a mountain valley under the full moon. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box.
Hand Painted Folding Painting of Sailboats in East Port Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£99.95
This unique folding paper fan exhibits a beautiful landscape painting of returning sailboats in an east port. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box.
Hand Painted Folding Lotus Flower Pond Summer Scene Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£99.95
This unique folding hand fan exhibits a beautiful landscape painting of a lotus pond in summer. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box.
Hand Painted Folding Lake in Spring Scene Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£99.95
This unique bamboo hand fan exhibits a beautiful landscape painting of a riverside pavilion in spring. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box.
Hand Painted Folding Ume Flower under Snow in the Night Painting Korean Mulberry Rice Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£99.95
This unique paper hand fan exhibits a beautiful painting of Maehwa flower and a pair of birds under snow in the night. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box.
Hand Painted Folding Fall Scene Painting on Yellow Soil Dyed Korean Mulberry Rice Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£99.95
This unique bamboo hand fan exhibits a beautiful landscape painting of a fall scene on yellow soil dyed paper. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box.
Hand Painted Folding Red Orchid Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Wooden Asian Oriental Wall Deco Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£23.94
This hand painted fan sealed by the artist is aimed to exhibit the orchid painting creating a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) strand tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. The orchid, one of the "four noble beings" (sagunja), that emits a fragrant aroma in a deep valley, symbolizes a noble sage leading an austere life. Size: Unfolded 21"Wide x Folded 11.8"Lenth (53 x 30cm) Notice: This item doesn't include the wood stand in the picture.
Hand Painted Folding Yellow Chrysanthemum Flower Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Wooden Asian Oriental Wall Deco Handheld Decorative Fan

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£23.94
This hand painted fan made of the best-quality Korean mulberry paper is aimed to exhibit the chrysanthemum painting creating a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) strand tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. One of the "four noble beings" (sagunja) symbolizing fidelity and loyalty, the chrysanthemum has been one of the most favorite subjects used for adorning craftworks as it blooms until late autumn, thus overcoming the frost. Size: Unfolded 21"Wide x Folded 11.8"Lenth (53 x 30cm) Notice: This item doesn't include the wood stand in the picture.
Hand Painted Folding Yellow Chrysanthemum Flower Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Wooden Asian Oriental Wall Deco Handheld Decorative Fan

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£94.50
This Asian paper fan exhibits a beautiful painting of fully bloomed yellow chrysanthemum flowers symbolizing fidelity and loyalty. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The bamboo used to make this fan is come from the bamboo trees that has grown only in Geojedo Island in Korea for three to four years without any flaw on its skin and has been prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of the fan, called Byeonjuk, on which beautiful pyrography petal motifs are drawn, are made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. Another element to add attraction and beauty to this fan is the use of Hanji, Korean mulberry paper. Hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, Korean mulberry paper has been considered as the ideal material for craftworks. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) tassel tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. This fan comes with a nice wooden gift box. The painting on this fan is painted by a well-known painter, San Gok Choi Sung, in Korea.
Hand Painted Folding Black Chinese Ink Orchid Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan

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£67.20
This unique fan made of the best-quality Korean mulberry paper is aimed to exhibit the attractive black-and-white paiting. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The orchid, one of the "four noble beings" (sagunja), that emits a fragrant aroma in a deep valley, symbolizes a noble sage leading an austere life. The main material of hapjukseon, bamboo that has grown for three to four years without any flaw on its skin, is prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of a fan should be made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. A fine hapjukseon fits beautifully in the hand and the flexibility of the bamboo ribs creates a wonderfully pleasant breeze, neither too strong nor too weak. In fact, the secret is hidden in the glue used to apply the mulberry paper onto the bamboo ribs. Made from the air bladder of a type of fish called a croaker, this unique fish glue is the same adhesive used for many traditional craftworks of Korea, including mother-of-pearl objects, furniture and bows and arrows. Only when this fish glue is used, a hapsukseon can attain the optimum pliability and strength that it needs. Korean mulberry paper called hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, the paper has been considered as the ideal material for windows, doors and walls. Notice: This item doesn't include the wood stand.
Hand Painted Folding Pink Rose of Sharon Painting Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Handheld Decorative Fan

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£23.94
This hand painted fan sealed by the artist and made of the best-quality Korean mulberry paper is aimed to exhibit the rose of sharon painting creating a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. Mugunghwa (rose of sharon), the Korean national flower, literally meaning the flower of eternity, is characterized by its tenacious vitality because it can bear the cold and blossoms one after another ceaselessly. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) strand tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. Notice: This item doesn't include the wood stand in the picture.
Folding Korean Mulberry Rice White Paper Bamboo Art Wooden Asian Oriental Wall Deco Handheld Decorative Fan

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£74.34
This unique fan made of the best-quality Korean mulberry paper is aimed to exhibit the attractive pure white. The intricate pyrography bat design engraved on the bamboo ribs create a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The main material of hapjukseon, bamboo that has grown for three to four years without any flaw on its skin, is prepared by harvesting it during the winter. The two edge ribs of a fan should be made by using thicker bamboo strips with close joints. A fine hapjukseon fits beautifully in the hand and the flexibility of the bamboo ribs creates a wonderfully pleasant breeze, neither too strong nor too weak. In fact, the secret is hidden in the glue used to apply the mulberry paper onto the bamboo ribs. Made from the air bladder of a type of fish called a croaker, this unique fish glue is the same adhesive used for many traditional craftworks of Korea, including mother-of-pearl objects, furniture and bows and arrows. Only when this fish glue is used, a hapsukseon can attain the optimum pliability and strength that it needs. Korean mulberry paper called hanji is extremely light and strong, and maintains its original color and shape even after a millennium. Featuring glossiness, softness, and a high capacity for upholding warmth and ventilation, the paper has been considered as the ideal material for windows, doors and walls. Notice: This item doesn't include the wood stand.
Paper Hand FAN with Yellow Flowers from Korea Decoration Decoration Handmade
Antique Alive Fächer
£28.70
A high quality fan. Been Made in Korea Traditional methods.
Hand Painted Folding Orange Flower and Bird Painting White Paper Bamboo Asian Oriental Wall Deco Korean Handheld Decorative Fan
Antique Alive
£23.94
This hand painted fan sealed by the artist and made of the best-quality Korean mulberry paper is aimed to exhibit the wild flower painting creating a wonderful harmony with the beautiful lines made by the wide breadth of the unfolded fan's outline and the attractive three-dimensional creases of the paper arranged neatly. The Maedeup (Korean macrame) strand tied on the handle gives the beautiful panache to this fan. Read More Size: Unfolded 21"Wide x Folded 11.8"Lenth (53 x 30cm) Notice: This item doesn't include the wood stand in the picture.