Greek Ceramic Fish Plates Photos
Plates for serving fish and seafood are shallow with a depression for collecting excess oil. They are painted with fish and sealife are thought to have been used at seafood stands around the Greek world.
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|Pottery plate painted with fish (c350-320 BCE) from Apulia, Southern Italy at University of Missouri Museum of Art & Archaeology. Columbia, MO.||Ceramic red-figure fish plate (340-330 BCE) from Paestum attrib. to the Asteas/Pylon at Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, OH.||Greek terracotta red-figure fish plate (360-320 BCE) from Campania, Southern Italy at RISD Museum. Providence, RI.||Greek terracotta red-figure fish plate (c330-320 BCE) from Southern Italy at San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, TX.|
|Grecian terracotta red-figure fish plate (c340-320 BCE) at Blanton Museum of Art. Austin, TX.|
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