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.
The recipient was James Clark, who was being rewarded for hitting his feather ball further than anyone else - 231 yards.
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.
I'm always tempted to do white Christmas decorations, but then I get carried away by a lime-colored ornament or a basket of orange feather balls!" With the expert help of designer Cindy Savage, the Baileys' home came together beautifully for mother and daughter to celebrate in style.
The oldest golf balls, known as feather balls, were used for several hundred years into the l850s.
We used: Beach Hut paint pounds 15.99, Wickes; Dimplex wall-hung fire suite pounds 479.97, Soho chair pounds 180, Tesco; London rug from pounds 149.99, 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 1.50, funky snowmen pounds 1 for pack, all Tesco: black glitter drop decs pounds 20 (part of a set) Next; frame pounds 16.99, Dunelm Mill.
Add fruit, feather balls, flowers, and other dried material around the base to achieve a pleasing appearance.