These smile-inducing wooden fish float (or swim) on clear Lucite bases, looking both stylishly sophisticated and adorable somehow. The wood is in great shape, the acrylic shows a few scuffs but nothing major. A totally great pair, circa 1965, made by…who knows, as they are not labeled. It’s another win for the mid-century décor!
14" H x 9" W x 2" D; Base is 5" x 3" 1"
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