Schuman Feathers compliments fashion, crafts and fishing by offering nature’s most beautiful product- Feathers! We offer a large selection of cocktail feathers to buy at a wholesale price!
See some examples of how Cocktails are used here: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/carnival-feathers/
Cocktails come in a wide variety of lengths from 3 inches long to 20 inches. There are many colors offered as well as natural tones. They are versatile for many uses such as head dresses, angel wings, earrings, centerpieces, Polynesian attire, Carnival and more.
Whether you want to manufacture wedding table centerpieces or beautify stage shows and productions, we bring an assortment of feathers (of Peacock , Pheasant, Ostrich, Hackle and a lot more).
Peacock birds molt once a year after mating season. Each Peacock sheds around 200 feathers each year. Feathers range from body feathers to the well known "eyed" tail feathers. Peacock feathers are popular for fashion, weddings, costumes, jewelry, home decor and much more.
Check out our Pinterest page for some examples: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/peacock-feathers/
Turkey Feathers have been used by people for hundreds of years. Quill pens have dated back as early as the 2nd Century BC but became widely popular in the 15th Century. Today, Turkey feathers are used for many different occasions such as, head dresses, Fletching on arrows, quill pens, fishing, costumes, jewelry, fashion and more.
Ostrich Feathers are very elegant and have a graceful flow. The body feathers which are commonly known as drab feathers come in a variety of colors and sizes ranging from 4 inches to over 17 inches. They have many uses such as; Feather Dusters, Fashion, Quill Pens, Millinery, Jewelry and many other uses. The Wing Feathers are a larger, wider feather that are clipped off the wing of the ostrich. The tendrils are wider and tend to have more of a flow versus the drab feathers. They range in length from 14 inches long to around 30 inches in length. Wing Plumes are commonly used for Table Centerpieces, Carnival Costumes, Millinery, and Home Decor.
Check out our Pinterest page for different uses of our Ostrich Feathers: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/diy-wedding-ideas/
Pheasant Feathers come in many different shapes, sizes and colors. The main types of pheasant are Ringneck, Silver, Lady Amherst, and Reeves pheasant. Each bird offers a unique design of feathers ranging from plumage or body feathers, to long tail feathers dyed or natural.
Check out our Pinterest page for different uses of Pheasant Feathers: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/pheasant-feathers/
Pheasant Feathers became popular during the Edwardian Era. They were known for using an entire Pheasant pelt on their hats. In the early 1900's Feather hats were extremely popular in America which led to over 80,000 people being employed to keep up with the millinery industry. Currently, Pheasant Feathers are used for; Millinery, Fashion, Aztec Dancers, Home Decor, Art, Fly Tying, and much more!
People have been using Goose Feathers all over the world for hundreds of years. Goose Biots are the stiff part of the wing feathers that range between 4-8 inches long. Biots have a wide variety of uses such as; Fly Tying, Feather Fashion, Costumes, Jewelry, and arts and crafts. Schuman Feathers offers an array of colored goose biots to buy at a wholesale price.
Check out our Pinterest page for some neat ideas using biot feathers: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/craft-items/
Feather boas come in several versions: Marabou, Chandelle, and Ostrich
Feather boas have been documented for use as an adornment since at least 1820, but they might have been worn as early as the 17th century. Feather boas have had the reputation of being elegant.
Check out our Pinterest page for DIY projects with Chandelle boas: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/feather-decoration/
Check out our Pinterest page for DIY projects with Ostrich boas: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/diy-crafting-with-feathers/
Check out our Pinterest page for DIY projects with Marabou boas: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/turkey-feathers/
Some historic eras where feather boas were in style or trendy include: the late Vicorian Era and Edwardian era (between 1890 and 1915), the 1920s, the 1970s during the glam rock & Disco music eras, the late 1990s, and into the early 21st century.
Check out some marabou uses on our Pinterest page: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/turkey-feathers/
Goose Nagories have a stiff quill with an ultra soft feather that ranges between 5-7 inches long and 1 1/2 to 2 inches wide. People have been using Goose Feathers all over the world for hundreds of years. Goose feathers range from a fluffy down to a stiff, wiry feather and come in natural and colored tones.
Check out our Pinterest page for some inspiring ideas using goose nagoires: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/nagorie-feathers/
The uses of goose feathers can be found in different areas of decoration such as fashion, millinery, jewelry, angel wings and much more!
Stripped Cocktails (also known as eyelash feathers) are rooster feathers that have been stripped along the quill, leaving the top of the feather untouched. Our stripped cocktails are 8-10 inches long with 300-350 feathers in each yard.
Stripped cocktails are extremely popular for Millinery and are often seen on Kentucky Derby Hats.
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Hackles are the feather in the neck area of roosters. The feathers are long, fine, and often brightly colored. The most popular uses for hackle feathers are Costumes, jewelry, millinery, dance attire, and fashion.
See some examples on our Pinterest page: https://www.pinterest.com/schumanfeathers/hackle-feathers/
Schlappen is a beautiful, fluffy feather found on the rooster between the saddle hackle and the stiffer cocktail feathers.
Schlappen comes in many styles and is used for various things such as; Fly tying, Jewelry, Head Dresses, Costumes, Hair Accessories, Feather Fashion and more!
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