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Greek fish plate with inscriptions, 4th century B.C. Western Greek, probably Sicily, red figure fish plate with three fish and painted inscription before firing, on the back another inscription after firing, 18.5 cm diameter. Private collection

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Greek fish plate with inscriptions, 4th century B.C. Western Greek, probably Sicily, red figure fish plate with three fish and painted inscription before firing, on the back another inscription after firing, 18.5 cm diameter. Private collection

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Fish plate, red-figured, Campania, attribuited to the Elliott painter, 350-325 B.C. With two wrasse, a band of wave on the overhanging rim, details in added White, 16.8 cm diameter. Private collection

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Apulian fish plate, attributed to the Scottsdale Painter, 320 B.C. 19,6 cm diameter. Getty museum

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Apulian fish plate, 4th century B.C. Apulian red figured fish plate, with three fish, a Diplodus vulgaris with black lines, a Torpedo torpedo and another, 18 cm diameter. Private collection

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Fish plate, red-figured, Campania, attribuited to the d'Agostino painter, 350-325 B.C. With a perch and one small and two large two-banded breams, a band of wave encircling the deep central depression, dots on outer edge, and a band of wave on the overhanging rim, details in added White, 22.2 cm diameter. Private collection

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Apulian red-figured fish plate, attribuited to the Black and White stripe painter, 4th century B.C. With two striped perch and a squid around a central recess, down-turned rim with band of wave, details in added black, white and red, 23.5 cm diameter. Private collection

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Campania red-figured fish plate, close to the Torpedo Painter, 340-320 B.C. With an octopus with compressed tentacles, a grey mullet, a torpedo fish and two-banded bream, a small fish, a shrimp and two shellfish in the field, a band of wave encircling the deep central depression, laurel on the overhanging rim, details in added white, 24 cm diameter. Private collection

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Tarantine red-figured fish plate, attribuited to the Perrone-Phrixos Group, late 4th century B.C. With striped perch, wrasse, small wrasse, torpedo fish and muscle shell, around a central recess, down-turned rim with band of wave, details in added white and red, 20.2 cm diameter. Private collection

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Paestan fish plate, red-figured, workshop of Asteas and Python, 350-330 B.C. With a striped bream, a coris and a torpedo, a band of wave on the overhanging rim, details in added white, 20.3 cm diameter. Private collection