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Osiris Three Fishes Vase*
The iconic polished pewter three fishes vase designed by Hermann Gradl and made by the German company Walter Scherf & Co under the name Osiris.
The fish are standing upright with their tail fins spread around the circular base, their heads held high and their mouths gaping wide open.
Great detail to the scales and fins together the faces of the fish with their exaggerated looking curled back top lips.
Approximately 31 cm tall and marked beneath with the model no. 517 and the Osiris name.
Dating from circa 1900.