feather ball

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a low tuberculate cactus with white feathery spines

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Some feather balls have sold for a staggering pounds 20,000.
They are also selling tickets, pounds 5 advance, to their New Year's Eve Leather and Feather Ball.
A 165-year-old feather ball from the same historic collection could fetch a further pounds 8000.
A Phillips' spokeswoman said: "The feather ball is extremely rare and created a lot of interest among buyers.
This place used to be a haven for golf lovers where collectors of old golf books and trinkets would sell their wares in a throwback to the days of feather balls and mashie niblicks.
99, Plantation Rugs; Moroccan pouffe pounds 100, snowflakes pounds 29, leaping reindeer pounds 39, all Rockett St George; gift bags from 75p, mini trees pounds 1, white tree pounds 20, garland pounds 1, tree topper pounds 5, feather balls pounds 1, glass baubles pounds 4 for two, fuzzy stars pounds 1, mini stars pounds 2 for four, metal snowflakes pounds 1.
Feather balls with a manufacturer's mark are most desirable and can be worth hundreds or even thousands to the right collector.
Allan Robertson feather balls estimated at $9,300 - $12,400.
Add fruit, feather balls, flowers, and other dried material around the base to achieve a pleasing appearance.
Nineteenth Century feather balls - called featheries - can sell for between pounds 8,000 and pounds 13,000.