Les Couilles du Chien
Papilio Ulysses Framed Butterfly
A mounted butterfly display from the entomological collection of London-based dealers of antiques and natural curiosities, Les Couilles du Chien – presented in an ebonised frame that’s unique to Liberty.
Papilio Ulysses is named after the eponymous hero from Homer’s Odyssey. The species is known for the flashes of luminous blue caused by the flap of its wings in flight, which is used by females to attract a mate. A stunning specimen, it has been set and mounted in the UK in Les Couilles du Chien’s own workshop. Hang this framed display on a wall with other curios, illustrations and prints from your travels.
- Papilio Ulysses
- From New Caledonia
- On a cardboard mount
- With named tag beneath
- Wood and glass display frame
- Frame moulding made in Cornwall
- Hanging fixture on reverse
- Branded sticker on reverse
COMPOSITION & SIZE
Frame – Wood, Glass H: 19.2cm, W: 24.2cm, D: 5cm