As far as rare — and maybe even a little bazaar — antiques go, this Victorian Hummingbird Firescreen is at the top of the list. The 19th-century piece features a collection of real taxidermy hummingbirds. Each delicate little bird is perched on branches with some even guarding their own nests. The display is placed between a glazed frame and mounted on two scrolling foliate feet with casters. It's topped with an ornate double-sided shield with initials and crowned by a royal coronet on a pillow. The firescreen was placed in front of the hearth when the fire was out and for over a century old, the relic has been impeccably preserved.