Steampunk peacock curly feather fascinator cream-brown MAGIC TRIBAL HAIR - Magic Tribal Hair - Schlegel Str. 30 - 50935 Cologne - Germany

Peacock Fascinator - antique feather

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€ 13,00 Price incl. VAT/ sales tax/ GST
Delivery time: Category 1: This item is handmade to order! Europe & UK: 5-10 BD, USA: 7-14 BD, CA/ AU/ NZ: 9-16 BD, BD= business days, dates only apply if you pay promptly with your order. Your country is not listed? Just ask!

Precious peacock fascinator in nostalgic style with a carefully selected, curly, brown feather!

Brown feathers have a color range from brown and beige with a little of the original blue in the center of the feather. The bronze filigree flower decoration just goes perfect with the feather colors! This peacock fascinator is a great addition to shabby chic style, steampunk and Neo-Victorian outfits, vintage dresses and 20s look.

Our professional clip attachment provides extra strong hold already in 5 cm/ 2 inches short hair!

% Pair Discount

Pairs come with discount!

Fascinator Dimensions & Details

One peacock feather hair clip is about 8 cm/ 3.1 inches long and 4 cm/ 1.6 inches wide. The hair clips are covered with velvet so the metal clips don't shine through. Choose between black and beige velvet to match your hair color!

More decorations available in other offers!
We offer clips with silver and with antique bass decoration and recommend choosing the one that matches your jewelry best. Bronze goes great with gold and silver naturally with silver.


Some pictures show this item in combination with further hair jewelry, hair pieces etc.. These other items are not part of this offer but can be found in different ones in our shop!

Please note that we make all hair jewelry to order especially for you. Hair jewelry cannot be returned due to hygienic reasons.

Contact us for any questions about our peacock feather fascinators!

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