Brisé Fan



The earliest brisé fans were discovered in Japan. Today they are one of the most popular types of fan, made only of decorative sticks without a leaf. The French term brisé roughly translates as ‘broken’. The sticks are typically carved or pierced and held together by a ribbon glued to each stick or threaded through pierced openings.

This delicately designed fan is a perfect light-weight article to carry around on the go.

The beautifully intricate pierced design and printed flower are identical on both sides.

Colouring may vary slightly.

Size: 35 cm x 20 cm