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Fish Gallery

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Choose from 41 pictures in our Fish collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


St Michaels Mount, Mounts Bay, Cornwall. Late 1890s Featured Print

St Michaels Mount, Mounts Bay, Cornwall. Late 1890s

A number of fishing boats with sails in Mounts Bay with a view of St Michael's Mount in the background. Some of the fishing boats are registered PH (Plymouth). A small rowing boat is in the foreground. St Michael's Mount is managed by the National Trust, together with the St Aubyn family who have lived in the castle since the 1650s. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

Exhibition entrance, Cornwall County Fisheries Exhibition, Truro, Cornwall. July to August 1893 Featured Print

Exhibition entrance, Cornwall County Fisheries Exhibition, Truro, Cornwall. July to August 1893

View showing the castellated entrance of the Fisheries Exhibition. The site of the exhibition was a field at the top of Lemon Street and the exhibition ran from 25th July 1893 for a month. The Royal Coat of Arms for the United Kingdom can be seen underneath the entrance archway with the Lion Rampant of Scotland, the Imperial Crown and Celtic harp of Ireland above. Three flags are flying, including the Union Jack flag in the centre. An advert placed in The Cornishman on 7th September 1893 states that the materials used in the construction of the exhibition buildings were to be sold by public auction on 20th September 1893 at The Green in Truro. Number 1 in a series of glass lantern slides recording the Fisheries Exhibition. Photographer: Unknown

© From the collection of the RIC

Earthenware Figure of Dolly Pentreath, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales Featured Print

Earthenware Figure of Dolly Pentreath, Swansea, Glamorgan, Wales

A standing figure of Dolly Pentreath carrying a basket of fish in a hod held to her head by a black band. Dating from the 19th century, the ceramic figure was manufactured in Swansea and measures 20.5 cm high. Dolly, or Dorothy, Pentreath (around 1692-1777) is considered by many people to be the last person to speak Cornish as a first language. Her memorial in Paul churchyard is inscribed Here lieth interred Dorothy Pentreath who died in 1777, said to have been the last person who conversed in the ancient Cornish. The regular language of this county from the earliest records till it expired in the eighteenth century in this Parish of Saint Paul

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