This is a very large Zander at 16 inches long. Zander is related to the perch family. As you may already know it's made by Jema in Holland. The lustre is typical of Jema, however, there are items from the far east that look similar. The faint impressed backstamp on the base reads: 'Jema Holland 359'.
As of yet I have been unable to identify it, especially as it has no marks on it at all.
I'm not sure if it's a napkin holder as it's quite big, and it's too light for a bookend. It has a very Art Deco/comical style, and looks almost as cheeky as me when I'm eating someone elses chocolate Hobnobs.
Come back to me after you've seen another the same as I'd love to see another one (same goes with chocolate hobnobs)...
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