Banquet of the (Lots Of) Fishes: 17 Times Fish Made a Look Beyond the Plate

It’s the curious case of fish as decoration: Recently, we have actually discovered the life marine making a look all over, from tiles and carpets to soaps and serving plates. Do not think us? Take a look:

fish lemon squeezer from gohar world 177 Above: A droll addition to the table: the stainless-steel Fish Lemon Squeezer is $30 from Gohar World.

into the sea zip pouch by nathalie lete from john derian 178 Above: The Into the Sea Zip Pouch by French artist Nathalie Lété is developed in Paris and made in cotton; $35 from John Derian.
tilapia napkins from goodee 179 Above: Malaika’s Tilapia Mixed Drink Napkins are “embellished with a hand-embroidered fish by the skilled females of Threads of Hope– the tuition-free embroidery training center that Malaika established in Cairo– suggesting that they make a favorable social effect in the lives of marginalized regional and refugee females in the Egyptian capital.” A set of 6 mixed drink napkins is $83 from Goodee.
nostalgia fish ornament from john derian 180 Above: Fish for the tree: The Sentimental Fish Accessory is $16 from John Derian.

beauly salmon delft tile by petra palumbo 181 Above: The Beauly Salmon Delft Tile is ₤ 32 by Petra Palumbo.
sardine no. 2 platter by rebekah miles 182 Above: Sardines play a repeating function in Rebekah Miles’ ceramics; her Sardine No. 2 Plate is regretfully offered out, however we expect a restock quickly.
couteaux poisson knives from la maison de commerce 183 Above: The stainless-steel Little Penknife with Fish Deal With is EUR15 from La Maison De Commerce. (” A sign of abundance and life, the fish is among the earliest spiritual indications,” according to the merchant. “Like a fortunate beauty, this little folding penknife with a fish manage will follow you all over.”).

dae new york interior 184_259 Above: 2 patterns clash: Butter takes the shape of small koi fish at Dae, New york city’s Coolest Coffee shop (For more fish-shaped butter motivation, follow @martinamartian).
marumitsu fish dish from rennes 185 Above: “A meal that’s a fish! Due to the fact that why not have a meal for a fish.” A Fish Meal by Japan-based Marumitsu is $26 from Rennes.
verre en ceramique from maison de commerce 186 Above: Ceramic Cups from La Maison de Commerce are handcrafted in the Cyclades and painted with the islands’ themes– fish consisted of. They’re EUR30.83 each.
handmade porcelain sardines from march sf 187 Above: Handmade Porcelain Sardines from March SF, made by a regional ceramicist in Northern California, are $50 each. (For more, see the post that marked the start of our fish fascination: Captivating Ceramic Sardines from Portugal: 5 to Purchase).
ohayo shop copenhagen japanese interiors store 188 Above: A ceramic Koi Fish Wall Vase is 695 DKK (or $101.96) from Danish store Ohayo, as seen in Ohayooo! A Little Japanese Style Store in Central Copenhagen
welcome soap in pomegranate by tamanohada from goodee 189 Above: Fish for the visitor bath? The Welcome Soap in Pomegranate by Japanese heritage brand name Tamanohada is “used a shaped wood mold … and formed as a sea-bream, a fish typically thought about as a promise in Japan.” It’s $44 from Goodee.
fish flask from soleil 190 Above: Possibly you require a Fish Hip Flask? This one is $32 from Soleil.
poisson embroidered tea towel from soleil 191 Above: Amuse la Bouche’s Poisson Embroidered Tea Towel is made from one hundred percent linen and environmentally friendly pigment dyes; it’s $38.
glug glug jug from maison flaneur 192 Above: Rental property Bologna’s Glug Glug Container takes its shape from “the jumping fish captured on Maltese anglers’s boats”. The containers are offered in a range of colors; $125 from Maison Flaneur.
fish collage wallpaper from rouse phillips 193 Above: Abstract Fish Collage Wallpaper from designers Rouse Phillips.
fish rug by paola navone 194 Above: Italian designer Paola Navone’s affinity for fish appears in her glasses collections for Serax– and in this Fish Carpet, $3,143.61 from Mohd.

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