Tail: Two very narrow and rather long sections of a
red and a white duck wing feather, the red and the white of
each section being married together. The colors of each of
the two sections are reversed. A very short golden pheasant
crest feather is added. The two married sections and the
golden pheasant crest feather are of the same length and all
Body: Of medium flat silver tinsel, built up slightly
toward the head. (The fresh water version is thin and not
Ribbing: Fine oval silver tinsel.
Throat: A small bunch of white hackle fibers of
Wing: Four white neck hackles, rather long.
Horns: Each a single fiber from a blue mackaw (ibid)
tail feather, two-thirds as long as the wing.
Shoulders: Each a golden pheasant crest feather nearly
as long as the wing. Outside of this is a red duck breast
feather with a solid edge, one-fourth as long as the wing.
The red shoulders are dress high so as not to conceal the
body and throat but to conceal the front of the wing. The
throat joins the underside of the red shoulder on both sides.
Checks: Jungle cock, set in the center of the red
shoulders. (As dressed for the originator.)