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I love that this parasol looks only semi-useful.    Parasol  1900s  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Parasol ca. via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art “Parasols such as this were an important part of the fashionable ensemble. Undoubtedly, this served as a feminine.

Umbrella, Golfing  Date: 1920–39 Culture: American (probably) Medium: silk, wood

Golfing umbrella Culture:probably American Medium:silk, wood

Cabriolet fan signed Van Garden, painted with ten vignettes with lovers in 18th century dress, the verso lined with silk gauze, the blonde tortoiseshell sticks carved, pierced and gilt with flowers and arranged so that the guardsticks and four sticks are displayed across the leaves, the verso signed Ernest Kees--9.5in., French, circa 1890, Sold at Christie's for £720 ($1,377)

Cabriolet fan signed Van Garden, painted with ten vignettes with lovers in 18th century dress, the verso lined with silk gauze, the blonde tortoiseshell sticks carved, pierced and gilt with flowers and arranged so that the guardsticks and four sticks are displayed across the leaves, the verso signed Ernest Kees--9.5in., French, circa 1890, Sold at Christie's for £720 ($1,377)

SUPERB All Original Antique French Silk/Lace Doll Parasol!

SUPERB All Original Antique French Silk/Lace Doll Parasol!

Parasol Date: 1899–1904 Culture: probably American Medium: silk, wood Dimensions: Length: 28 1/2 in. (72.4 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. A. Hyatt Mayor, 1951 Accession Number: C.I.51.7.1

Parasol Date: 1904 Culture: probably American Medium: silk, wood Dimensions: Length: 28 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

Parasol | British | The Met [label] "Paragon - S. Fox and Co. Ltd."

Parasol | British | The Met [label] "Paragon - S. Fox and Co. Ltd."

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