Red-figure fish plate. Tall flared foot, vertical leaning lip, wide and shallow bowl with central omphalos. Three non-identified fishes. Right-handed waves below the lip. Below the lip: dots. The plate, used for the consumption of fish as evidenced by the typical central recess for the collection of cooking juices, is attributable to the workshop of the Bastis Painter and dates back, together with the whole tomb, to the end of the IV century BC.