Ever wonder how a historic dry fly & vintage cocktail can become entwined because of history? It was a pleasure to research and write an article for the new woman’s fly fishing publication DUN Magazine, therefore – read on about these famous sisters from different misters!
Victorian Taxidermy came alive during the Victorian Era (1837-1901) when wealthy hunters, like Teddy Roosevelt, began to commission taxidermists such as Roland Ward to preserve their trophies for their fashionable libraries and sitting rooms.
Trusty pets were honored in functional items of taxidermy to be placed among the sterling & cut glass.
Read more about how anthropomorphic taxidermy started a fashion trend on our post over at the Women’s Outdoor News