Check out our flock of feathery fashion accessories and avian items for the home.
Pictured above, top row, from left:
What could be more bird-like than actual feathers? These Long Lady Amhearst Pheasant Feathers come in a set of four and look great in a vase. They really add the perfect touch of nature to your home.
Astier de Villatte is responsible for some of the most beautiful ceramics available and this Bird Serving Dish is no exception.
“Red Bird” by Meredith Keith features a charming little bird on a branch. The painting is both rustic, and refined, and at 5′ x 4′ quite the statement piece.
Natalie Frigo’s charming bird earrings have us singing with delight. These dainty birds atop fresh water pearls hit every note perfectly.
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The prototype for Meissen’s Funny Crow statue was created by sculptor Alexander Struck in 1954. We think the bird’s quirky stare is appealing year after year.
Bob Christian’s “Tree of Birds with Vase” painting is acrylic on canvas in a custom built frame. Few artists are able to achieve such detail with a vintage vibe the way that Bob Christian can. Looking for a pair? Then you can always buy the “Tree of Birds with Planter” painting as well.
Sandy Simonian’s sparkling large diamond feather is on a parrot green macrame bracelet with two dangling diamond balls. We’re smitten!
Sharon Beals’ gorgeous photographs in Nests: Fifty Nests and the Birds that Built Them offer a new window onto the life and beauty of birds. Images of nests and eggs are set against rich black backgrounds, and are accompanied by fascinating and informative portraits—conveyed through words and illustrations—of the birds that built them.