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There are 7 objects for which Condition contains → 6
2004.10.2 6 fragments, including both eyes, horns, part of the spout, and the attachment point for the handle. 2002.97.0049.JPG
22.3.12 Outside fragment 5.5 x 6 has a chip to longest part of palmette. Inside has slight chipping to edges. 2003.74.0095.jpg
22.3.24 Incomplete, one handle is missing and around half of the rim. The piece has been repaired and consists of 6 pieces. 2003.28.0091.jpg
22.9.6 Consists of 7 fragments and 6 more fragents yet to be reconstructed. A small fragment seems to have been missing when most of the cup was put back together, therefore somebody has used plaster to refill the small piece. One of the side handles broken off and most of the side of the cup is incomplete. Bad condition. Black glaze worn. Small soil deposits situated around cup. 2003.29.0007.jpg
34.8.12 The handle has been rejoined to the lid, whose colour has been peeled off from many spots (underneath). The body has been reconstructed by 6 fragments. There are some bits missing at the joining points of the fragments, as well as from the incurved surface of the rim. Few bits have been chipped off from the base. The colour is wearing off from many spots, especially at the body. The deposits under the lid and inside the body almost obscure the glaze. 2005.88.0067.jpg
47.2.6 Intact and mended from 6 fragments. Small part of the ring of the base is broken off. Small chips on rim. Glaze worn off at a spot on the interior. Gloss is not lustrous especially on the interior and the lower part of the body of the exterior. Deposits on the underside of the foot. 2001.99.0123.jpg
51.7.2 Lid: Comprised of 6 of more pieces, rejoined, with plaster filling (painted red) on the side of the body. Surface worn, with scratches and pitting on the exterior decoration and glaze nearly chipped off on the interior. Pyxis intact and nearly complete, but missing a chip on the rim. Surface severely worn with most of glaze chipped off. Some white deposits on the resting surface of the lid. 2003.92.0198.jpg
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