Butterfly Red Dot
70cm x 70cm
Butterflies bear some of the most delicate and beautiful patterns and colours in nature. This custom made frame holds 48 complete specimens and protects them from sunlight with an anti-reflective and ultraviolet glass.
African Grey Parrot Skeleton
In its glass case
Also known as the Grey Parrot, is a medium-sized parrot found in the primary and secondary rainforest of West and Central Africa. Experts regard it as one of the most intelligent birds in the world.
100cm x 21cm
This custom made set of frames was specifically designed to display and protect magnificent vivid blue Ulysses and fascinating Morphos with their holographic shine. Each specimen was carefully chosen in order to feature a harmonious and beautiful ensemble.
Whistling Thorn Acacia
This specie of acacia produces a pair of straight thorns at each node, some of which have large bulbous bases. The tree has a truly mutualistic relationship with stinging ants: in exchange for its sugary nectar and shelter, ants provide the acacia with a full defense service, thanks to its teeming mass of infantry.
The Lesser Flamingo is a species of flamingo occurring in sub-Saharan Africa with another population in India. The Lesser Flamingo is the smallest species of flamingo, though it is a tall and largish bird by most standards.
Eurasian Eagle Owl
The Eurasian Eagle Owl is a species of eagle owl resident in much of Eurasia. It is sometimes called the European Eagle Owl and is, in Europe where it is the only member of its genus besides the Snowy Owl.
Woolly Mammoth tooth
Late Pleistocene (100,000 - 10,000 years)
Siberian Permafrost, Russia
26cm x 16cm - 2.48kg
This molar of a Woolly Mammoth was found in the Siberian Permafrost with well preserved roots. Their teeth were huge flat molars with a surface that was ideally suited to grinding up hard-to-digest foods such as tough grasses and other thick vegetation. Adults stood up to 3.5m at the shoulder and weighed nearly 6 tons.
Woolly Rhinoceros Horn
(100,000 - 10,000 years)
Siberian Permafrost, Russia
L. ext.: 107cm, L. int.: 83cm,
W. base: 23cm - 5.02kg
This fantastic untreated specimen was preserved due to unique conditions of freezing and desiccation. Its structure was not altered or mineralized, thus its original condition has been retained. The Woolly Rhino was one of the largest Ice Age mammals to inhabit Eurasia, second only to the Woolly Mammoth.
A beautiful specimen of a juvenile emu, the largest bird native to Australia and the second largest in the world after the ostrich.
Elephant Bird’s Egg
H: 31cm - D: 22.5cm
This giant egg is in its original condition, with a perfectly smooth surface and no traces of calcification. Aepyornis was a giant, flightless bird from Madagascar. Extinct since the XVIIth c., Aepyornis was the world's largest bird, believed to have been 3 m. tall and close to 500kg.
Molucca Sea, Indonesia
56cm x 22cm
The largest living univalve sea shell, the Syrinx is a carnivorous gastropod, widely despicted in XVIIth and XVIIIth century natural history books and present in most Cabinets of Curiosities. A large and very well preserved specimen for admiring collectors and interior designers.
Knobby Star Coral Sphere
14cm - 1.842kg
A perfectly spherical piece of fossil coral, showing the beautiful and delicate patterns of its corallites.