Feather Trees

11-16-dennisbauertree.jpgFeather Trees By Dennis Bauer

April 2019 UPDATE! WE HAVE GOOD  NEWS!  We have finally found a solution for the feather shortage by providing trees with the same size and color options, but with stiffer goose feathers.

We have decided to continue providing trees for you with feathers that are more widely available.  Dennis has a large inventory of stiff feathers in all the colors we offer.  These feathers are slightly different, as they are straighter and more stiff.  In all honesty, these are the kinds of feathers that are used on virtually all the feather trees made worldwide.  Since the world-wide supply  good quality soft feathers that we have preferred in the past is currently unavailable at this time we believe this is a good decision.  As soon as we get new feather-tree sprig samples we will post them next to the old ones so you can see the difference yourself before you order any new trees.

 We have created our very own feather Christmas tree designs, with all the wonderful qualities of antique feather trees, but with more durability and bigger, sturdier bases. Each tree is handsomely made-to-order by master craftsman, Dennis Bauer, in the traditional German style, as shown here. Branches are constructed with thicker diameter wire. Bases are larger and much less apt to tip. Softer feathers are selected and are dyed in custom colors for a beautiful antique look.

All of our trees are designed by us and Dennis makes them to our specifications.  All are sized to work well on a parlor table. This is especially nice for a traditional look and as an added bonus, keeps pets and small children from bumping into the tree. Display in a window for festive Victorian charm both indoors and out!  Check out our 44" reproduction antique tree for true authentic vintage charm!

Choose from 5 different sizes -  26" up to 54" and from 5 different colors (Ivory, Kelly Green, Natural Green, Hunter Green, and Black)

Since each tree is made to order, Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery.

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