Fish tins may not immediately sound like the most appealing piece of design, but these charming vintage-style fish tins from Dotcomgiftshop should convince you otherwise.
For a very collectible contemporary design with a 1950s twist, take a look at the Fish ceramics, designed by Carly Dodsley for English Eccentrix.
Ikea's reasonable prices and love of good design extends into prints as well as the rest of the home. This season's offering have a great retro flavour, including this Fish Supper poster which features a design by, often-featured on this site, Jane Foster.
We've featured Maria Hatling's mid-century inspired prints and textiles before. Now the designer has teamed up with Heal's to produce a line for their Heal's Discovers range.
The tray is designed by Bengt & Lotta, who frequently pop up on this site, and is typical of their fun and graphic style, which frequently references traditional Scandinavian folk art. The tray is covered in fish of all sizes and shapes, decorated in different patterns and colours.
The tray costs £18.95.
Buy it from Illustrated Living
We've recently featured some new products based on Marianne Westman's Picknick. Another of her 1950s designs is reinterpreted here for a new market with this My Garden tray.
The tray features a pattern that was originally used on the My Garden porcelain. It shows a platter worth of fish, itself reminiscent of the Jonathan Adler's Neptune design that we featured last week. If you like this design, it's also available on a tea towel and on a cutting board.
This tray costs $28
Buy it from Huset shop