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Art Nouveau Copper Wall Plaque
Delightfully detailed Art Nouveau copper plaque or dish depicting in the centre a surfacing trout about to take a fly hovering above on the rim of the dish.
Also around the rim are a small bird in a tree, a crab and a frog sitting amongst reeds.
The movement of the fish through the water has been beautifully captured as it swims among lily pads and flowers.
Very three-dimensional and probably crafted as an electrotype as it’s quite heavy for its size, being of a good solid thickness of copper.
Dating from around 1910, the diameter is 24 cm and just under 26cm measured from corner to corner. There is an integral attachment at the back for wall hanging if desired.