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There are 10 objects for which Condition contains → air
11.10.3 Complete and intact. There are tiny air bubbles over the surface, as well as small areas of brownish deposit. Detailed markings on face and hands are slightly worn away. The left eyebrow, left eye, nose and mouth however, are all still clearly visible. Material on the resting surface has flaked away in areas. Originally painted red all over. 2002.97.0761.jpg
14.9.12 Paint wearing off from topside. Large chip to surface of underside - perhpas caused by an air bubble. Evidence of charring (?) on underside. No finished edges. 2005.88.0002.jpg
2005.3.28A-B Condition isn't good on both fragments, interior is faded and and has some deposits of white visible, exterior is discoloured, faded, stratched and chipped. small holes are visible on A, possibly due to air bubbles during firing.
26.7.14 Fragment. The gloss on the rim of the fragment is a little worn and the surface on both sides shows small scratches. On the handle, there are a couple of flakes missing, and a small hole, possibly from an air bubble. The gloss on the inside is much more worn, with big flakes missing, with a couple of substantially longer scratches. There is also a yellow/grey deposit all over the inside of the fragment. 2003.17.0012.jpg
34.10.18 Complete and intact. The surface is uneven all over, and the red glaze has been rubbed away in areas of prominance; for example, knees, stomach, chest and features of the face. There are indentations and air bubbles around the chest area, and on the back of the figurine. Here, there are also lots of scratches on the surface. 2002.97.0441.jpg
34.10.24 Complete but not intact. Top of left arm has broken off and been glued back on. Blue of cloak still faintly visible, but a lot of brown deposit is evident all over the figurine. The top of the head is covered with an even darker deposit, that also encases right shoulder and arm. The swan is also entirely covered by it. Inside the back of the figurine is a whitish deposit, and the surface is very rough, with scratches and air bubbles in it. 2002.97.0404.jpg
48.12.1 Intact but gloss very badly worn inside and out. Air bubble type holes, perhaps from firing. 2003.92.0247.jpg
78.12.9 Intact. Handle completely missing, left side of the nozzle is missing. Wash is worn and chipped in places, large amount of white-grey deposit mainly on the base and the interior, blocking air hole. 2005.01.0115.jpg
REDMG:1964.1615.1 complete and intact, handle is restored from three pieces. small amount of scratching and pitting on the body. filling hole is chiped, Wick hole is blackened from use and air hole is filled in. 2005.01.0139.jpg
REDMG:1964.1713.1 Chips to rim. Surface has air bubble holes all over. Some flakes of clay removed inside. Grey deposits on underside. 2003.93.0171.jpg
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