Globe Eye

One of the rarer varieties of fancy goldfish,  know for its cornicle eyes,  black colour.  Sometimes seen with a ribbon tail, and notably similar to the Moor, with a variation to the regressive Telescope eye gene found in both the Moor and the Butterfly Telescope (Popular amongst the modern Goldfish Keeper).  The origin of the globe eye name seems lost in the annals of Goldfish Keeping,  we can therefore only guess that the now synonymous conical eyes were once globe-shaped.