Wish that I could be of some rea; help here, but I am jusr a customer as well.
I can give you my experience though.
It seems to me that the fish pictured here are done with brighter colors that the fish
I bought nearly a year ago now. I hate to think that my fish have faded that much in such
a short length of time.
My fish are hung on a living room wall. I hung them in such a way that if you stood in the
middle of my living room looking straight ahead you would see a large, black 50"
television. On the right of the t.v. is a set of mid-height shelves, and the top shelf has
a couple of "antique"-like pots that I have put some long, feathery dried grass in so that
the grass sticks up about 2-3 inches above the line of the top of the t.v. Picking wooden
fish at random, I hung the first fish at about a 3/4 angle so that it appeared (I hope) that the
fish was rising up as if it were going to jump the t.v. and plunge back into the abyss.
Then, the next fish I hung just a fish-length above the first one, but 2-3 inches lower as I
imagined it woud be if four fist were jumping out of the reeds and grass and then over
the t.v..So now, we have two fish in the act of leaping out of the imaginary water. The third
I placed in what I thought was a natural progression, i.e. so that his tail was highere
than the second fish, and he was by this time "flyhing" at almost a straight level
with no angle, appearing as if he had reached the apex of his jump/ The fourth fish,
as you might have guessed by now, was a few inches ahead of the others, and
having hit his apex, he is now angled at about 45 degrees downward, gleefully heading
for the welcome plunge and splash that he will eminently make as he crashed thru
a garden of dry, artificiual reeds and weeds on the left side of the t.v.
This would have all been so much simpler had I a camera on hand, but, as bad--tech-no
logical luck would have it right now, both my camera-phone, and my camera-camera
are in the shop right now, so I hope my crude description of my flying-mounted fish
I fear I do not know the particulars. My fish have never gotten wet, but it does not
feel like a hard, quality wood. Without knowing fo sure, I am guessing that the fish
woudl be happier on an indoor wall, and even moreso if they never get wet.
I hope this has been of use to you. My attidude was, when I bought the fish was
"Oh Gee," the fish only cost $, so, it is worth a gamble. Not that I have $10-$15 bucks
to throw away on fish, birds, grass, etc, but, the "gamble" was luckily a wise on. The fish
look great on my wall!
Inadvertently, you have help me as well. I was contemplating buying 4 more fish to
fill out the wall a bit more as if these funny little wooden fish were migrating upstream,
but, I coudln't remeber where I ahad purchased these , so, now, I have noat excuse for
not buying more.
Good Luck with you fish.,
Date published: 2019-09-20