Natural History and Taxidermy
We have built a reputation for quality, rare and outstanding pieces of natural history.
Please browse our current stock or contact us about sourcing a specific piece with as much information as possible about your needs such as budget, timescale, quality etc.
Whilst we know our pieces can be evocative, provocative, powerful and emotional we strive to work with contacts of equal reputation.
We do our utmost to ensure our pieces are ethically sourced predominately from natural deaths at U.K. wildlife parks or from culls at conservation parks in Africa.
We do not endorse the rampant and unregulated poaching industry and it is part of our mission to educate, inform and inspire people to treasure what wildlife we have left.
Many of our pieces are antiques and serve as decorative pieces but also a reminder of our countries own role in reducing numbers in Africa's and our own wildlife.
Walter Rothschild with his famed zebra (Equus burchelli) carriage, which he drove to Buckingham Palace to demonstrate the tame character of zebras to the public.
At its largest, Rothschild's collection included 300,000 bird skins, 200,000 birds' eggs, 2,250,000 butterflies, and 30,000 beetles, as well as thousands of specimens of mammals, reptiles, and fishes. They formed the largest zoological collection ever amassed by a private individual.