Spanish fans were actually used as a flirting communication device where women would turn and hold the fans in certain angels to express rejection or acceptance towards their male counterparts. Today, Spanish fans aren’t as commonly used as they used to be in Spain, although elder Spanish women still use them in summer. Spanish fans are often associated with Flamenco shows, and it’s where our Madrid tapas tours customers ask us where they would be able to buy authentic Spanish fans in Madrid. And we have one place that has been making them since 1823: Casa de Diego, located at the heart of Madrid’s historical centre.
Smart Cut Technology: unique & varied shaped pieces.
The puzzle has 1000 pieces and measures 68cm x 48cm when complete.