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Buy Large White Ostrich Feathers


Browse trough our collection of Ostrich Tail and Spad feathers. These spectacular bulk ostrich feathers are popular choices for creating feather centerpieces, feather costumes for carnival, burlesque, mardi gras and pin up girl.




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Hi Wanda, your instructions are just what I needed. I am holding a 1920s murder mystery dinner for Macmillan nurses and a vase with ostrich feathers and pearls will be my centrepiece. Thanks for the inspiration, from Stephanie


Hello Thank you for the informative video. I have to create similar centerpieces for a roaring 20s school fundraiser but utilize the locations existing large clear hurricane vases. Open ended on both sides normally used to cover a long stem candle. I am uncertain what to use to put the feathers in when the opening is so large and I cannot use anything to adhere the foam given the glass needs to be returned to its original state after the party. Any recommendations? Thank you for the link to feather supplies that is incredibly helpful.


An ostrich feather duster is the only duster in the world that actually picks up dust. Other dusters just move the dust around. What makes ostrich feathers so special is they capture the dust in the barbs of each ostrich feather. Plus they are super fluffy which provides more barbs for more dust to be collected. These dusters are safe to use on a variety of surfaces such as electronics, blinds, TV screens, small breakables, etc. There is no need to add any product to the feathers before dusting; an ostrich feather duster should be used as is, all natural! Looking for a unique gift idea? What better gift to give than the gift of elegant, easy dusting. Not to mention the ostrich feathers are so beautiful.


Great for cars and computers! This duster is made with white ostrich feathers that are found on the underbelly of the ostrich, which they use to incubate their eggs when they lay on their nest. They are incredibly soft.


Available in many vibrant colors, our ostrich plumes are the perfect accent or centerpiece for any event! No matter how you use them, these gorgeous, colorful feathers from Events Wholesale are sure to catch your eye!


Across the ages, ostrich feathers have been worn by the nobility, garnished the helmets of medieval knights, and enhanced the elaborate hairdos and hats of ladies from high society. This tradition in fashion continues today. These remarkably, vibrant plumes are wonderful for decorating at wedding receptions, anniversaries, parties, corporate events, bridal & baby showers, costumes & masks, jewelry, crafting, and simply adding an elegant touch to your home! Feature these fluffy feathers in your event centerpieces, bouquets, other decorations, and much more for a soft, stylish, and stunning look.


Our 13-16 inch ostrich drabs are extremely popular. The smaller lengths are ideal for miniature centerpieces or to add fullness to a larger bouquet. The mid-range lengths are often preferred for feather centerpieces while the longer sizes are stunning in our tall glass vases.


The ostrich is the largest and heaviest living bird. Males are typically larger than females, weighing 220 to 287 pounds and measuring 6.9 to 9 feet in height. Meanwhile, females weigh 198 to 242 pounds and range in height from 5.7 to 6.2 feet.


Ostriches are the largest and heaviest birds in the world. Given their weight, they are flightless and cannot fly into the sky. Instead, ostriches are great runners and are able to reach speeds of up to 43 miles per hour. One stride can be 10 to 16 feet long. They have long, strong legs with two clawed toes, allowing them to reach these high speeds.


Ostrich courtship is ritualized and synchronized. A male used his black-and-white coloring to attract a female. He will sink to the ground like a bow and then wave and shake the feathers of first one wing and then the other while moving his tail up and down. After this movement, he gets up and moves toward the female, holding his wings out and stamping as he goes to impress her. If she approves, she mates with him.


The incubation period is about 42 to 46 days. When they hatch, the chicks are about the size of barnyard chickens, but they grow at a rate of 1 foot per month. Chicks will start to leave the nest with their parents a few days after hatching. By four months, they start to show their adult plumage and by six months, they are about the size of their parents. Ostriches reach sexual maturity around three or four years old, which is when males grow their black-and-white feathers.


Humans pose other major threats to ostrich populations and their habitats. As human populations grow and expand, ostriches are losing their habitat. Ostrich feathers have long been popular in fashion. In the 18th century, ostrich feathers were so popular in fashion, particularly in the hat industry, ostrich populations declined. Ostrich farming helped the population recover and still continues on a smaller scale. Ostriches are farmed and hunted for feathers, skin, meat, eggs, and fat.


She points out that the fillets are as succulent as a piece of red meat, but with less fat than chicken. Restaurants here serve it fried, grilled, or raw. As for the million-and-one uses for ostrich feathers, don't even get the townsfolk started.


After three years of drought and bankruptcies, this is the closest Oudtshoorn has come to the boom days at the start of this century. Then, ostrich feathers were the height of fashion, and a single plumed hat cost as much as a small car.


These days, though, ostrich feathers are once again a farmer's best friend.An overall shortage in supply and a resurgence in ballroom dancing had already pushed prices up and,as year 2000 approaches, prime white plumes have been selling for about $160 a pound - almost double the price they fetched two years ago. 041b061a72


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