This creation is emblematic of the original Maison. Evoking the lightness dear to Duvelleroy, its “Balloon” shape is typical of the Belle Epoque era.
On a base of ostrich feathers, the craftsman handpicks the peacock feathers one by one and positions them in order to create a crown pattern on the Grand Tour. The deep black contrasts with the peacock eye and enhances the graphics of the motif.
African ebony shaped by a tabletier maker in Spain. Ostrich feathers supplied by Maison Février, Paris. Peacock feathers supplied by Maison Deyrolle, Paris. Hand-fan height 8.6 inches. Width 12.2 inches.