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A beautiful feathered headdress featuring an original two-colour print from the Butterscotch & Beesting Circus.

The headdresses are sewn from cotton and printed with the triangle flags that adorn the many tents of the Butterscotch & Beesting Circus.

Each headdress is handmade and unique, with a different selection of feathers sewn into the top of the fabric. This one is trimmed with vintage Japanese ric-rac which I think is from the Fifties or Sixties, and has a beautiful line of gold thread running through it. It has cream ribbon ties.

The headdress can fit both adults, children, and even toddlers (I've tested!), and the main fabric pieces measures about 28cm long x 5.5cm high. If you include the tallest of the tall feathers, the headdress is about 23cm tall. The ties are at least 35cm long each.

You can see Wild Wilhelmina (a squirrel with a thirst for adventure) in one of her very own headdresses here... https://www.etsy.com/listing/100889005/original-print-wild-wilhelmina-a


Read more about the Butterscotch & Beesting Circus and the adventures of Betty Butterscotch and Bumblewick Beesting at www.butterscotchandbeesting.com

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Teal Triangle Feather Headdress


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: feathers, ric rac, cotton, ribbon
  • Ships worldwide from Sheffield, United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 68 reviews
  • Favorited by: 51 people