Taxidermy Reeves's Pheasant
This listing is for a handsome, very regal looking Reeves's Pheasant (Syrmaticus reevesii)The most famous feature of this beautiful bird is the extraordinarily long tail. This taxidermy pheasant is mounted on to a hand-made base made with resin to create a 'dirty pour' marble effect, giving this mount a unique and contemporary look.
*Please note that this specimen has a few minor imperfections to his breast and neck on the right-hand side as a result of his injuries. These imperfections are not visible when the pheasant is viewed from his left hand side as seen in pictures.
Did you know?Reeves's pheasant are endemic to China's evergreen forests. Some were introduced to Europe in 1831 and they can live and breed in the wild in the UK, although not common these days. Free collection is available upon request.
Framed 3D Badger Paw Cast
Grab your paws on one of these fabulous Eurasian Badger (meles meles) paw casts! Originally cast from a lovely male badger that was the result of a road traffic accident. Cast with high quality, metallic resin mounted in a square box frame - this piece of natural history art would make a great and unique feature to any wall! Custom colours are available, please get in touch to discuss
Resin, Wood & Feather Pendants
Completely hand crafted from materials laying around in my workshop. I've finally found a way of making use of odds and ends in my taxidermy workshop. Here are my very first prototypes of Eurasian Jay feathers set in resin and oak, made in to beautifully unique pendants. Each comes with a high quality sterling silver chain.
Pair of Taxidermy Starlings
Here are a stunning pair of European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) No photograph will be able to capture their amazing iridescent colours. One is featured singing it's little heart out, whilst the other is taking off in a very animated pose. This pair are mounted to a twisted branch, joined to an oak base that are suited to hang from a shelf in a unique way.
Did you know?Although the Starling is regarded as a common bird, they are actually red listed by RSPB and are declining fast throughout Europe. Read more about this species here. Free collection is available upon request.
Taxidermy Chaffinch (Male)
Vibrant Taxidermy Male Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) under a glass ball dome. He's perched on to a wooden branch with some foliage on the base.
Did you know?The Chaffinch is the UK's most common bird! Read more about this species here. Free collection is available upon request.
All items sold at Taxidermy Co. are ethically sourced and keep natures best interest in mind.
A percentage of profits made from each sale is donated to the Suffolk Wildlife Trust.
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