Posted June 26th, 2014by Nate Wessel
Good morning, fellow meddlers with nature!
After years of accumulating bodies and bits in our freezers and drawers, we’re finally getting around to taking inventory and liquidating some of our materials including feathers, bones, skins, bits of exotic wood and other odds and ends. For the most part, we’ll be selling on our Etsy and sometimes Ebay shops, though we’re certainly open to special requests if you send us a message.
What do we have?
- Great Malaysian Argus — Wonderful for fly tying, even better for bad-ass hats. We’ve got the better part of a full bird pieced out, both male and female, including everything from meter+ tail feathers to coverts, primaries, secondaries and body feathers. We’ll be selling this off slowly over the next year or so.
- Tragopan Pheasant — At least one full bird to be pieced out yet.
- Red Golden Pheasants — I think there are at least two of these which we’ll break into sections for fly tyers.
- Peacock — odds and ends…at the least there is a full set of peacock primaries here which would make some nice pens, but I suspect there is yet more peacock to be unearthed.
- Lion —
We have a full set of juvenile lion claws we never ended up using Damnit, Jeremy.
- Tiger — paws, claws, tail bones…but only for sale in the state of Ohio :-/ The skull we’re saving for something special :-)
- Raccoon — There’s a whole bucket of little raccoon bones that might find a good home with the macabre crafting types.
- Dog — skulls and assorted bones.
- Cat — skulls and assorted bones.
- Deer — assorted bones available on request
- Opossum — assorted bones on request
- Snakes — make us an offer and I’m almost certain we’ll have one for the right price.
- We work with a lot of local burls, exotic hardwoods, and veneers and have more scraps than we know what to do with. This could be a crafters wet-dream, and available cheap.
Check out our online stores, at Etsy or Ebay and drop us a line if anything mentioned above caught your eye but isn’t listed online yet. Everything is, of course, dead of natural or accidental causes.