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There are 11 objects for which Condition contains → adhesions
2006.12.6 Single fragment comprising most of the body of the vessel, and shoulder, with the lower part of the handle attached. Broken off sharply at top and bottom; chipped slightly around the neck; dark gray adhesions and some stains to surface. 2005.02.0324.jpg
26.12.33 Intact. Surface worn in patches throughout, especially at the bottom of the bowl. Yellowish-grey adhesions on the underside. 2002.97.0349.jpg
34.10.15 Intact. The surface of the rattle is very rough, scratched, with peeling slip and dark grayish-white adhesions. There are three large cracks at the top of the ovoid part. 2004.95.0115.jpg
39.8.1 Comprised of six fragments, rejoined, missing one and a half handles. The surface is worn, especially on reserved figures, which are otherwise stained. Some tan adhesions on rim and foot. 2003.93.0335.jpg
50.4.4 Comprised of four fragments, rejoined. Gray adhesions on the surface, much gray and white flaking off from inside and outside. No other traces of colour remain. 2004.07.0007.jpg
51.4.6 Two fragments, rejoined, from the body and rim of the cup, in the shape of an elongated hexagon. Chipped on the breaks; slightly worn on the interior; slight gray adhesions on the upper left corner of the exterior and the lower part of the interior. 2003.99.0022.jpg
51.7.14 Black retains gloss but surface is worn, with white adhesions. Single chip on the underside of the mouth. 2003.97.0379.jpg
REDMG:1934.26.1 Comprised of ten or more rejoined fragments, missing only slight chips from the joins; stained, with iridescence on interior and exterior surfaces and adhesions, especially on the base. 2004.99.0896.jpg
REDMG:1961.199.3 Intact, but scratched with dark grey surface adhesions, and chips to the base.
REDMG:1997.209.2 Intact but with a large chip on the rim; scratches on the interior (neck) and slightly on the exterior; black stains and bronish-gray adhesions on exterior.
REDMG:2004.97.1 Comprised of 30 or more fragments, rejoined and with some plaster restorations; body is joined to stem with a new (rusted) screw. Evidence of modern breaks (on plaster joins). Thick dark grey adhesions on base. Iridescence and other slight deposits on interior. 2004.99.0889.jpg
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