A Taxidermy Head of an Impala


Origin: Africa
Period: Twentieth Century
Provenance: Unknown
Date: c.1950
Height: 30 inches (with horns)
Width: 14 inches (with ears)
Horn length: 16 inches

An imposing un-mounted head of a mature impala, with large curved horns, pricked-up ears, glass eyes and attractive white and brown fur. This noble and friendly looking chap is in good condition, with no loss to the fur, and good sharp horns.Impala are found in the savannah lands of several African countries, including Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Though beautiful, these animals are not protected, and in terms of conservation status are on the 'least concern' list. 

Though he is un-mounted, he does have a hook on the back, so you can hang him on the wall straight away. P.S. Our suggested name – 'Impy'.