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FULLER FEATHER TREES
24" Fuller Feather Tree - No Side Shoots - Soft Feathers
24" Fuller Feather Tree no side shoots
Made with Soft Feathers
This pretty table top tree is made fuller by adding an additional row between every regular row. These additional rows are a bit shorter then the row above and below it which allows ornaments to hang freely from the tips of the rows. 1 1/2" - 2" ornaments work best with this tree. Height is from bottom of base to tip of tree. Comes with a square wooden base that is painted white with a gold dresden band and is removable. Please specify if you do NOT want the gold dresden band on the base.
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.
The fuller tree design was inspired by a 1940's era feather tree found, still in its box and unsold, in the attic of Beeker's General Store in Pemberville Ohio. This vintage tree had a price sticker on it - $3.79!
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.
Usually Ships in 3 - 4 Business Days
Feather Tree Color Choices
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Feather Tree Color
Soft Feathers Hunter Green with Red Berries
Soft Feathers Ivory with Pearl Berries
Soft Feathers Kelly Green with Red Berries
Soft Feathers Seafoam Green with Red Berries
Soft Feathers White with Pearl Berries
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR FEATHER TREE
24" Fuller Feather Tree - No Side Shoots - Soft Feathers by Dennis Bauer
Feather trees should be stored in a closet or climate controlled location, not in a basement or attic.
Heat will burst the berries, and dampness will damage the tree.
Cover with a pillow case or paper bag with cedar blocks, rather than storing in an airtight container.
Display in indirect sunlight, so not to fade the paper wrapping on the trunk.
With proper care, your feather tree will last for years and years.
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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