a bronze by Thomas Jastram
First of all, there is the amber fisherman with his cheese maker, which holds the "gold of the sea". He is surrounded by his wife, his daughter with the found amber in her hand, his little son and his son's dog. The women have taken off their shoes and put them on the beach to protect them from the waves. The boy and the dog are to encourage the children to play in the fountain.
The figures are aligned in their order so that there is no overlap from the orthogonal views.
The everydayness and scenic representation of the fountain is, in my opinion, a suitable means of identification of citizens and visitors with the history of the city -Thomas Jastram-.