The Emu Feather is one of nature’s most unique, as it features a double plume. The Emu and its cousin the cassowary are the only birds in the world that have two feathers of the same length originating from the one quill.
The quill of the Emu Feather is quite tiny and cannot be used to hold ink like goose or ostrich feathers were in the past. The feathers are very soft as the vanes are not held together by barbs like most other bird feathers.
Emu Feathers can be used for many applications including fishing lures, clothing accents, flower arrangements, hats and numerous decorative arts and crafts.
There are approximately 1,750 feathers per 100g.
Due to strict customs regulations in most countries, we do not recommend ordering feathers for overseas delivery.