1970s metal pin of fish in the sea, in representation of Fisherman's Day (день рыбака) from the Soviet era, which is a holiday celebrated in Russia and Ukraine on the second Sunday in July.
Officially established during the Soviet era, only Ukraine and Russia continued to celebrate it officially after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The day was proclaimed in 1968 to recognise the importance of fishery and fishing industry, which was one of the most important industries in some regions of the USSR. Originally, Fisherman’s Day was inaugurated as the professional holiday of all people involved in the fishing industry, but now it is also celebrated by amateur fishermen who regard fishing as a hobby.
3.5 x 3.5 cm
items may come with minor flaws due to pre-loved wear. we are advocates of buying used and hope you can appreciate this unique piece and its character. items are pre-cleaned if needed and any major flaws will try to be noted.