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Subject:

Sunfish as a feature of interior decoration in the early 20th c.?

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Ann-Marie Vinde <[log in to unmask]>

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Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 7 Apr 2003 14:39:25 +0200

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Im translating a text from the 1920s decribing a room of a disreputable
woman about 1900, where among other things were " g i l t s u n f i s h
and drop chandeliers".

I know that there are many kinds of sunfish, both in North America and
Europe, and that they look quite different.

Do any of you know what s u n f i s h they could have been and what they
could have looked like? Would they have been dried/stuffed and then
gilt/gilded or would they have been artificial?

A-M

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