Purple & White Soft Display Feathers



Purple & White Display


These handmade Ostrich feather displays are the perfect unique addition to your home décor! As well as being a wow factor in homes, they are often used as wedding table centrepieces and make for gorgeous gifts.  It’s also a bonus that your display feathers can also be used as a duster if you wish. Win win!


Popular with interior designers, we think you will simply love our gorgeous display feather dusters.


Other colours are available.



First grade Ostrich feathers and wooden handle. Comes in purple and white.



49 grm first grade soft ostrich blondene feathers in length 35-40cm with 45cm wood shaped gloss handle.



We recommend displaying your feather décor piece in a sold coloured or plain white vase. They can be used in bedrooms, entrance halls and lounge rooms to give a soft texture or a pop of colour.


About The Australian Duster & Feather Superstore 

We are proud to have been supplying the local and overseas market with beautiful Ostrich feathers and quality duster products since 1990.

Our Ostrich feathers are popular amongst many Australia craft and costume makers, helping to create wedding bouquets, table centrepieces, macramé dreamcatchers, dried flower arrangements and rustic boho wreaths – that’s where our first and second grade Ostrich feathers are growing in popularity.

Only the finest Australian wool is used to help design and manufacture our lambswool dusters which are made right here in Queensland, Australia!

We want to help our customers embrace the joy of cleaning. Yes, you read that right. Cleaning can be fun, especially when you are using some of the funniest, cutest, and prettiest dusters found this side of the planet! Here’s a little secret though… we know that many of our customers don’t even use our dusters for cleaning. They think they are so lovely to look at they feature them in display vases throughout the home. Check out our Display Dusters to see the entire range of stunning feathers for display!

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