IZABELLA - SOTO MARE (Under the Sea) Collection presents
"MAHI DORADO" #19-1011-3SM (12" Tack Fused Round with Wrought Iron Stand)
MAHI DORADO is a magnificent piece of glass art sculpted recreated to capture the power, exhilaration, and beautiful colors of this trophy catch.
Off shore fishing Florida waters is always a favorite adventure for natives and visitors alike. The ultimate delight being able to catch or hooking onto a beautiful Blue Bull Nose Dolphin, known also as a Dorado or Mahi-Mahi which originates from the Hawaiian language, where it means "strong-strong".
By any name, this trophy catch is instantly recognized by it's brilliant bright iridescent blue, green, and yellow colors as it rears mightily out of the clear blue waters, twisting with raging force. And the fight is on!
This beautiful species of fish is surface dwelling and found in warm ocean waters. It is considered a sport fish as well as a delicious dinner. The average weight of this spunky fighter is about 25 pounds, though they can grow to weigh up to 90 pounds!
For those who wish they could have one mounted on their walls, this collector piece will more then satisfy and lead to many cherished memories, stories and perhaps even tales of the "Big one that got away!"
Dimensions and Specifics:
The total sculpture on the stand measures: 14.5" H x 13" W x 5.75" D
Total weight approximately 3.5 lbs.
Glass sculpture : 12" Round and approximately 3/8 of inch in thickness.
Stand - 13" W x 5.75 D black powder coat wrought iron providing stability and durability.