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36" Feather Tree Without Side Shoots With Iron Base
Feather Tree with Iron Base by Dennis Bauer


 
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36" Feather Tree no side shoots With Iron Base

36" Height
5 Rows
31 Limbs
17" Diameter
Shipping Included

This pretty table top tree comes with an antique inspired iron base. 2 1/2" - 3" ornaments work best with this tree. Height is from bottom of base to tip of tree. Spacing between rows is from 3" - 5". Comes with an antique inspired iron base that is removable.

Soft feathers or Stiff feather??
Soft feathers have a curve in the barbs giving the tree an aged worn look. This look is preferred by those who want an antique look to their tree. The barbs on the stiff feathers are just that - stiff and straight. This gives the branches a little bit larger diameter and more of a new or contemporary look.

PLEASE NOTE: The feather trees are hand made in Ohio as the orders are submitted if not already in stock. Please allow up to 2 - 4 weeks during peak season (usually November and December) for shipment of your tree. As always, please contact us if you need a more specific time frame.
Our Price: $137.70

Availability:: JUNE 2018 DELIVERY
Product Code: 36TREEIRONBASENOSHOOTS

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36" Feather Tree without Side Shoots with Iron Base by Dennis Bauer
ABOUT THE ARTIST
  • Dennis Bauer is one of the country's premier feather tree makers.
  • His craftsmanship is the finest in today's market. These Christmas feather trees are accurately reproduced using antique feather trees as examples.
  • See more about Dennis Bauer's feather trees in the Summer 2001 issue of Celebrate 365, "Christmas 1950-Present" by Christmas historian Robert Brenner, 2005 Victorian Decorating Magazine Holiday edition, 2006 Christmas editions of Romantic Homes Magazine and Martha Stewart Living, and on the cover of the March 2007 issue of Martha Stewart Living. Martha again submitted her design for Dennis to make (what we call) the Snow tree shown in the 2010 December issue of Martha Stewart Living and again in her 2011 Holiday Handbook.
  • An avid Christmas enthusiast, and Golden Glow of Christmas Past member, Dennis and his wife, Joyce, have collected antique and vintage Christmas artifacts for 40 years. They are always on the lookout for old feather trees and other holiday items. Feel free to email us with items you have for sale.

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