Founded in Paris in 1827 by Jean-Pierre Duvelleroy, the Duvelleroy fan house was born of a dream, that of putting the fan in the hands of women. A sumptuous ball given by the Duchess of Berry will fulfill this wish: a dance revived the fan fashion and launched the house. It gained its reputation with its sewed fans, embroidered with sequins and its fans in plated or whole feathers. Supplier to the most famous women of this world, the house has been revitalized by the commitment of two passionate women: Raphaëlle de Panafieu and Eloïse Gilles.

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