1960s fish with two large barbels traveling from the bottom of the two small fins to the back of the large bottom fin. Attach by a small brass cylinder to a wooden stand.
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Terry Mace has been working with the design trade through his Los Angeles shops for many years. He now offers his affordable luxury pieces -- including furniture, lighting and accessories -- on One Kings Lane.
Sculptural wooden fish mounted on iron stand with
carved scales, fins, eyes and a mouth. Some blue faded blue paint remains on the body. Wax seal stamp on tail. Chinese, early 20th century. Base measures 11.5"L x 4"W. Height of ...
Vintage Chinese bronze fish sculpture. This piece is
rare and very heavy. It sits atop an affixed stand and has bronze binding detail around the tail. The mouth is hinged and opens as a door. No maker's mark.