Fisherman and the Fish – Glass Ornaments

Fisherman and the Fish – Glass Ornaments

The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish is a fairy tale in verse by A. S. Pushkin.

The author wrote the tale in 1833.

The tale is about an old fisherman, his greedy old fishwife and the Golden Fish.

The Golden fish promised to fulfill any wish of the fisherman in exchange for its freedom.

At the end of this tale, the greedy wife got what she had deserved for her exorbitant greed.

There are some ornaments on that tale.

The ornaments were produced in various colors and sizes in the USSR.

Old Fisherman with a Net. 83mm. (1950-60s).

  1. Old Fisherman with a Net. 83mm. (1950-60s).

Old Fisherman with a Net.  89mm. (1950-60s)

2. Old Fisherman with a Net.  89mm. (1950-60s)

Old Fisherman with a Net.  89mm. (1960-70s)

3. Old Fisherman with a Net.  89mm. (1960-70s)

Old Fisherman with a Net.  89mm. (1960-70s)

4. Old Fisherman with a Net.  89mm. (1960-70s)

Greedy Old Fishwife. 89mm. (1960-70s)

5. Greedy Old Fishwife. 89mm. (1960-70s)

Noblewoman. 89mm. (1960s)

6. Noblewoman. 89mm. (1960s)

Golden Fish. 83mm. (1950-60s)

7. Golden Fish. 83mm. (1950-60s)

Golden Fish. 83mm. (1960-70s)

8. Golden Fish. 83mm. (1960-70s)