Ancient Greece, 4th B.C., Magna Greece.
The ancient Greeks were major producers of ceramics, highlights include the most exquisite types, used for festivities and banquets.
The fish in the ancient Greece was a delicacy to which only certain wealthy classes could have access.
It is said that certain types of fish like sea bass, tuna or eel were almost a delicacy, so we have to think that this type of ceramic dishes, precisely focused to contain fish was used by wealthy families during the festivities or receptions that would take place, placing the food on them.
Period: 4th century B.C.
Condition: In good condition, please observe the photographs.
Dimensions: 195 x 59 mm.
Origin: Acquired in the year 2014 in a gallery in Barcelona.
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