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1/4 Lb - Natural Chukar Partridge Hen Plumage Wholesale Feather (Bulk)

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This listing is for 1/4 pound pack of of wholesale natural chukar partridge hen feathers, weighing 0.10 oz. There are approximately 800 - 1000 feathers in this pack, give or take.
 
These gray and chukar partridge are relatives of the pheasant, and also a transplant from Eurasia. The gray, or Hungarian, partridge has a rusty colored face, and a gray chest with a dark colored U-shaped blotch on their belly. Their beak is dark and legs gray. The chukar is similar with a red bill and feet and a black necklace. 
 
Each feather range from 1-2 inches long and they are cream and grey in color. Very rare feather that will look extremely beautiful on jewelry.
 
Wholesale and bulk purchase is available.
 
Thank you
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3998
Weight:
0.25 LBS
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Product Description

This listing is for 1/4 pound pack of of wholesale natural chukar partridge hen feathers, weighing 0.10 oz. There are approximately 800 - 1000 feathers in this pack, give or take.
 
These gray and chukar partridge are relatives of the pheasant, and also a transplant from Eurasia. The gray, or Hungarian, partridge has a rusty colored face, and a gray chest with a dark colored U-shaped blotch on their belly. Their beak is dark and legs gray. The chukar is similar with a red bill and feet and a black necklace. 
 
Each feather range from 1-2 inches long and they are cream and grey in color. Very rare feather that will look extremely beautiful on jewelry.
 
Wholesale and bulk purchase is available.
 
Thank you

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  1. Chukar and turkey feather hatband

    Posted by Unknown on Apr 24th 2018

    I purchased these feathers to make a hatband with accents of turkey feathers. There is so much character and variation in the chukar feathers with colors ranging from rich browns to black, tan and gray. I’ve used these attributes to create a pleasing pattern for the hatband. Great feathers for this project.

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