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There are 9 objects for which Condition contains → about
14.9.57 About half lid preserved. Some surface damage to the exterior surface. Chips to rim and to handle. Paint worn on areas of the design. 2003.97.0758.jpg
2005.2.4 Single fragment comprising about half of the base, scratched and chipped in places; broken surfaces abraded and covered with grey deposits.
22.3.26 Part of rim (about 1/4) is missing. Several very small chips and scratched areas can be found on the top surface of the plate, as well as one larger part that is gouged out. Also very small chips are visible on the underside of the plate and a patch near the missing rim is unevenly fired (red instead of black). 2003.97.0922.jpg
47.6.2A-B About two thirds of the top rim of the lid are missing, while one third of its side surface has been reconstructed. The rest of the lid has been repaired through the joining of three fragments; the figural scene has faded. The body is almost intact, only a small bit has been chipped off from the rim, three tiny bits have been pitted off and a small part of it has been reconstructed. The rim of the base also has some pitted off parts. 2005.88.0043.jpg
58.2.6 Intact, A chip is taken out at the tip of the handle. A hairline crack is about 1.0cm beneath the handle. Interior scratched and worn. 2003.92.0112.jpg
E.23.18 Intact if not complete. The areas where parts of the headdress has fallen off is quite worn. There are three deep holes in the headress that are symetrical about a crack that goes from the top of the headdress to the mouth. There is also a second crack on the right hand side from top to the base of the head, going through the eye. 2007.99.0105.jpg
E.47.6.10 Intact but missing about one-third of lower body. Dark deposits around the neck and mouth. Several shallow chips on body. 2002.98.0020.jpg
E.62.45 Intact, including top lid and pot. The lid has a about 1/4 of the rim missing, a large chip and several smaller chips around the lip. There is dark deposit around the shoulder and there is a large chip missing from the rim of the base. 2002.98.0004.jpg
REDMG:1964.1633.1 Single fragment, preserving about half of the bowl. 2003.93.0246.jpg
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