Charming Taxidermy European Robin (Erithacus rubecula) or 'Robin Red Breast' singing his little heart out! He's perched on to a wooden branch with some handmade foliage on the base. The mushrooms are sculpted from fimo clay.
Did you know?The European Robin was named 'Robin Red-breast' back in the 1400s because the colour orange didn't exist at this time! Read more about this species here. Free collection is also available upon request.
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This impressive listing is for an absolutely stunning taxidermy male Indian Peafowl. He's uniquely displayed on a natural wooden setting with some tropical foliage. *Custom packaging will be ordered after sale and special delivery will be booked, so please allow 1-2 weeks delivery time. Free collection is also available upon request.
This taxidermy peacock project took me over 9 months to complete, due to the fact this bird was in moult and lost his magnificent train.
What is a peacock without a tail?I recreated the train from scratch, using hundreds of single, naturally shed peacock feathers which was extremely laborious, but well worth the end results! Check out behind the scenes on the blog below [sf_button colour="accent" type="standard" size="standard" link="https://taxidermyco.uk/taxidermy-peacock-v-2/" target="_self" icon="fa-info" dropshadow="no" rounded="no" extraclass=""]More Info[/sf_button]
Taxidermy Fieldfare perched in a winter scene
This listing is for a taxidermy Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) perched on a natural wooden branch within a winter scene. Realistic resin icicles hang from the branch, along with faux snow on the ground, which really gives this piece some life and character. This bird was donated to me from Fenland Animal Rescue, after is sadly passed away after being found injured by a member of public.
10% of this sale will be donated to Fenland Animal Rescue*Due to his injuries, he is missing some secondary feathers on his left wing, but as you can see from the photos, this does not affect the overall look of the mount. See details below
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Faux Taxidermy Wolf Head
This listing is for a truly OOAK (One Of A Kind) 100% handmade 'faux taxidermy' life size Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus) by Krysten Newby. A needle felted technique was used over the course of 2 months to create this realistic piece of faux taxidermy artwork. Special barbed needles are used to repeatedly stab the wool in to place, which can be manipulated to create range of different shapes and textures. Mounted on to an oak plaque - Mark of authenticity is sewn in to left ear.
15% of proceeds from this sale will be donated to The UK Wolf Conservation Trust!Wildlife conservation is very close to my heart, I am always doing what I can to help protect our planet and all things wild that live within it. This is why I donate a percentage of every sale to various wildlife charities such as the UK Wolf Conservation Trust, who greatly rely on any donations so they can continue to fund amazing projects around the world to help protect beautiful, important animals that are in jeopardy, mostly as a result of the most destructive species on the planet - us.
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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