The Double Leopard (Created and tied by Paul Schmookler)
Tag: Fine oval silver tinsel and gold
Tail: Golden pheasant crest (doubled)
and Indian crow (doubled).
Body: Two-thirds medium oval silver
tinsel veiled above and below with
flamed bowerbird * (or golden toucan).
Front third, purple silk floss ribbed
with medium oval silver tinsel and
hackled with coc-de-leon.
Wing: Two pair peacock pheasant, back
to back and overlapping, as shown.
Throat: Banded gymnogene * (or guinea fowl).
Sides: Jungle cock and Indian crow.
Cheek: Blue chatterer and rifle bird * (or
peacock neck feather or impeyan
pheasant neck feather).
Topping: Golden pheasant crest, doubled.
Horns: Lady Amherst pheasant tail fibers
over top of wing.
* Endangered species, recommend using alternative.
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