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Feather Craze Strikes UK

Posted on May 08 2011

Years ago, the fear of avian flu virtually froze the transport of bird feathers across international boundaries. Yet times do change — with the fashion.  Susie Mesure reports in this morning’s Independent that that British salon owners have discovered the value of a few long hackle feathers.

“‘Nick Powell, of Troutcatchers in Northamptonshire, said he had turned down orders worth £4,000 from California in the past week. ‘Hairdressers are searching the entire world for these feathers,” he said. “I’ve never known a phenomenon like this.'”

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