Gorgeous Persian Tribal Rug from Paradise Oriental Rugs, Inc., in Sebastopol, CA.

December 31, 2012 by
Filed under: Small Rugs 



www.paradiseorientalrugs.com Persian Luri, originally purchased from James Opie, when he was affiliated with Zollanvari. 6’4″ x 6″8″, navy ground, with gold and small increments of red, in a bold and beautiful tribal design. Sold.


complete start to finish video on rug mounting a open mouth coyote will work for all animals
Video Rating: 4 / 5




Comments

16 Comments on Gorgeous Persian Tribal Rug from Paradise Oriental Rugs, Inc., in Sebastopol, CA.

  1. hillbillymorgan on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 12:52 pm

    lovin your vids man. is there any way you can do a life size coon mount. got a project goin and kinda stuck. thanks

  2. Max Havok on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 1:04 pm

    nah..dont even THINK about lookin at my dog you sick fk…lmao

  3. rbthntr64 on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 1:14 pm

    You know that you can delete all the negative responses? Predators do not have any natural controls except for disease and man. In the process, they decimate small game populations to the brink of non-existence. The best and most humane control is Man. By hunting, the numbers are controlled, and the hunter having the hide taxidermied, shows respect for the animal instead of them leaving them for the buzzards to eat. It’s called tradition.

  4. HuntFish TrapFarm on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 1:32 pm

    heres a fun fact dont watch this and respect peaoples belifes

  5. daemonikk on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 2:00 pm

    Then why are you watching a taxidermy tutorial?

  6. wihuntclub on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 2:01 pm

    look i know it seems bad “just killing it for a fur” but if we dident keep the #s down there would be to much competition and the food sorce would get eten up to fast and they would all die. so we’r just helping

  7. wsignaturefan77 on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 2:14 pm

    I agree! 🙁

  8. WebkinzSiberianHusky on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 2:41 pm

    Awful I have an issue with you animal cruelty workers D: that’s just sickening using my favorite animals for a rug. -:C

  9. jez walsh on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 3:36 pm

    can this be used for a fox i recon it could because there pretty much the same but thought i might ask as i was gonna do this for my next mount and this is the only decent video i can find on youtube. great vid by the way loved the look at 0:11:50 (should have left like that) would scare th crap out of anyone who came to my house. and they probably wouldent vist again lol jk. oh and another thing how would you skin the animal, i mean what insision would you use e.g case, belly, back insicion.

  10. Lars Jönlid on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 4:25 pm

    What about them old day´s? There were no prefabs !?

  11. OROnMAYforever on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 4:44 pm

    Kk thanks!! I’ll try both Carnifex and the Taxidermy fourm!

  12. FilmerOfBobcats on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 4:54 pm

    Go to taxidermy dot forum and there are lots of skins for sale. Some are spectacular, some ordinary, some tanned already and some not. But for rug work you need one that is done “for lifesize”. You DON”T want a “wallhanger”. Those often don’t have legs and the head is not done properly to mount. I love the fake fur idea. Some fake furs are surprisingly good. Google “carnifex” to see the work of a woman who does fake fur taxidermy for movies and TV. Top notch work.

  13. Kisumaaku on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 5:39 pm

    Like so

  14. Kisumaaku on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 6:21 pm

    You can get a coyote like this for around $60-150

  15. OROnMAYforever on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 6:55 pm

    Is there anyway I can use faux fur? Im doing a personal project of a taxidermy wolf and I dont want to pay 500-700 for a pelt

  16. dexter1673138 on Mon, 31st Dec 2012 7:30 pm

    awesome video! 

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