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The Huntress

It is common knowledge that women catch bigger and larger numbers of salmon, but throughout history some of the most impressive and well respected game shots, deer stalkers and African hunters have been women.

 

It goes without saying, that we love organising shooting and hunting for the lady hunter, and if required, we can often offer finer, maybe more refined services, that might be more appealing to the girls than the boys - chaperones, loaders and instructors, spa facilitated lodges / hotels....and 'female professional hunters' for example.

The Sybarite Group of companies derive their name and beliefs

from the occupancy of Sybaris; the Sybarites were renowned for

their fondness for sensuous luxury, becoming famous among the

Greeks for their hedonistic pursuits and pleasure-seeking.

For further information, please give us a call on +44 (0) 20 3196 1962

game shooting

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Highland Huntress

The primeval highland landscape provided the backdrop to many a foray on the river and in the mountains.

 

Around 50 miles due west of Glendelvine, from the mid eighteenth century to the mid 1980’s, Lady Breadalbane, wife of the seventh Earl of Breadalbane, and Mrs Peter Fleming were indulging in their passions for Deerstalking at Black Mount on Rannoch Moor. Lady Breadalbane recounting her memoirs of many years deerstalking in the Scottish Highlands, in the now classic ‘The High Tops of Black Mount’. While Mrs Peter Fleming had accounted for 930 stags when she finally gave up stalking in 1985, aged 84.

 

Queen Victoria, though not a deerstalker herself, wrote vivid descriptions of accompanying Prince Albert to the hill in ‘Leaves from the Journal of Our Life in the Highlands’, and where Prince Albert would collect the ivory stag tusks from red deer taken on Balmoral Estate, and have them set into jewellery for Queen Victoria. These pieces of jewellery can be seen today in the Royal Collection of the British Royal family. 1

On 7 October 1922, the legendary Miss Georgina Ballantine landed the biggest ever rod-caught British salmon from the Glendelvine beat on the River Tay.

Ivory Stag Tusk Pendants

We can set these, previously mentioned, stag tusks (ivory canines 2) that Prince Albert once collected for Queen Victoria, into sterling silver to create a unique ivory pendant.

 

The silver pendant is hammered finished which creates a subtle facet look and feel that integrates with the smooth undulations of the ivory tusk. The sterling silver pendant chain is 18” (460mm) long i.e. 230mm clasp to pendant but a longer chain can be specified when ordering - please see the Stag Tusks page.

 

     References:

   

      1  Royal Collection; Necklace 1860 (RCIN 13508) R & S GARRARD. Neckless image.

      2  R Espinoza, Edgard O. & Mann, Mary-Jacque (1999) Identification guide for ivory and ivory

          substitutes. WWF, TRAFFIC, co-operation with CITES. Originally published by World

          Wildlife Fund and The Conservation Foundation, 1991. 4.

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THE HUNTRESS

Bring fashion and flair...more women are hunting, shooting and fishing than ever before, and 'challenge the misconception that these activities are a man's game'.

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Lady Breadalbane deerstalking with ghillies, spying red deer at Black Mount on Rannoch Moor, highland Perthshire, Scotland.
Miss Georgina Ballantine posing with cane rod & biggest ever British salmon fish from Glendelvine beat on the River Tay.

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