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Why Do Birds Have Feathers - I.
To describe the ostrich plumage as the king of all birds feathers may seem odd bearing in mind that the ostrich is a flightless bird. But, talk to any costumier, dress designer or interior designer and the sheer scale and fluffy magnificence of the ostric
The Ostrich Feather Manufacturing Company is a wholesaler and retail supplier of feathers & feather products like feather boas, dusters, eggshells, leather, meat and feather hair extensions.
There are many types of birds feathers to be found when you visit the Ostrich Feather Manufacturing Company but if you are looking to augment an outfit with feather fringing, then the most exquisite of all the fringes is the uniquely wonderful ostrich fri
Birds feathers are light, strong and provides camouflage for protection. Plumes can be dull brown or vibrant in colour, wonderfully shaped, and patterned to attract the female of the species or to scare off challengers.
An ostrich fringe is just one of the many and varied uses of birds feathers taken from the planet’s largest bird that is farmed for its meat, skin for leather, and feathers for fashion.
For many years, feathers in UK had an exotic, glamorous image, thanks to the way in which they were used to make stylish feather boas, or as a risqué prop for upmarket burlesque fan dancers.
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