Flight Plan. Winging at speeds of up to 40 miles per hour, an entire flock of birds can make hairpin turns in an instant. How do they do it? A group of investigators is closer than ever to finding out. By Peter Friederici.Photography by Richard Barnes.
China | Collection of gilt metal and Kingfisher feather hair ornaments; formed as single and double pronged hairpins, four earpick-hairpins, one formed as a pagoda containing a seated figure, the others with foliate designs, insects and birds | Qing Dynasty | 2'800£ ~ sold (May '15)
A beautiful navy blue and gold dove bird comb. The bird is attached onto a quality brass metal comb. Matching hairpins and a large collage comb (Last two photos for reference) are available for purchase in my shop. https://www.etsy.com/listing/252347201/bird-hair-pins-blue-gold-flying-dove?ref=shop_home_active_19 and https://www.etsy.com/listing/236995194/blue-comb-something-blue-wedding-dove?ref=shop_home_active_6 Perfect as a g...
This beautiful hairpin takes the form of an elegant wing! Perched just above your ear or any other place you’d like to put it, this shiny and stylish accessory is sure have you feeling as if you’re floating on air just like a bird flying through the sky! You can even attach this stylish pin to your collar should you wish. Why not match it up with the Habataku Tameno Necklace for the complete look?