Modern Taxidermy Reeves’s Pheasant Mount on Marble Style Base
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.