In 1887 Liberty were happily covering wallpaper with feathery peacock prints....in 1888 William Morris was at it too. And my excellent Wikipedia skills have led me to believe that peacock feathers have stopped in at almost every century to decorate the homes and bodies of it's inhabitants. So using them creatively has got to be a challenge, right? Not if your Ursula Graham it isn't. And I found that out when I visited her stall at Bold Souls a little while back.
Finding her table covered in glitter dipped feather earrings, necklaces and brooches was what I would call a good discovery. As not only was the lady herself and her friend lovely to chat to, but the designs were jaw dropping and everything was affordable. As a fan of feather earrings at the best of times, I actually can't tell you how happy I was to be leaving with these peacock designs - perfect for a laid back lux look in a new gold maxi skirt from the sales.
Ursula's designs are handmade and while she hasn't got an online shop set up yet (I reckon she'd make a killing), you can check out lots of cool feather earrings and flower headbands on her Facebook page - where I imagine she'd be only too happy to take an order.
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Feather earrings: Ursula's Designs
Maxi skirt: Miss Selfridge
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