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There are 8 objects for which Condition contains → apparent
2007.10.2.301 Intact, apparent damage possible from original gem stone
22.3.22 Single fragment. There are two spots that have been chipped off from the bottom of the exterior and ca. 5.0 cm from the top of the interior. There are also small bits that have been peeled off from the interior, which is almost covered with white plaster. Traces of plaster are also apparent on the external surface. 2006.20.0109.jpg
45.10.22 There are only 18 fragments preserved from this vessel. These consist of parts of the rim, neck, shoulder and body. a: It is repaired from two fragments, rejoined. Part of the rim (the smallest part of two), neck (including the spring of a triple handle) and shoulder (these consist the second part of this fragment). The fragment is chipped off in many areas (rim: ca. 5 spots/ interior of neck: ca. 10 spots/ neck: ca. 4 spots. There are also gouges on the joining points of the two parts. The upper part (bigger part) of the handle is missing. Apart from tiny bits that have been peeled off from the interior and few deposits, the glaze and colour are preserved in a good condition. b: It consists of three rejoined parts from the vessel's neck. Few bits are missing on the joining point and a spot has even been chipped off, there are deposits and cracking of the colour on the interior, as well as another spot that has been chipped off. Three shallow carvings are also apparent. c: It consists of three parts joined together (two big ones and a small one). Deposits on the interior, three scratches on the exterior, tiny bits that have pitted off and spot that has chipped off from the lower left end. d: Part of the body, colour has fadded away in some spots, and a part has been peeled off. Deposits. e: Part of the body. Deposits but in very good condition, apart from two areas that are chipped off and small bits that are pitted off. f: Part of the body. Apart from deposits in a very good condition. g: Part of the body. Deposits, otherwise in a very good condition. h: Part of the body. Few, tiny bits have been peeled off, also few deposits. i: It consists of two parts of the body. ca. 5 bits have been pitted off and three spots are chipped off; deposits. j: Small fragment in very good condition. k: Small fragment from the body; deposits. l: Small fragment from the body; deposits. 2010.98.0172.jpg
45.6.70 Intact, small amount of chipping on the base. Blackening around the tip of the nozzle sugggesting use.Large amount of grey deposit on the front end of the body and nozzle. Small amount of wick hole cut in still apparent. A piece of grain? in the wick hole. 2005.01.0008.jpg
51.1.3 Chips on both the exterior and the interior of the rim. Chips on the body. Cracks are apparent on the body of the krater and two large fragments on the body have been filled in. The gloss is not lustrous and was flaked off the rim, on the top of one of the handles and part of the body and the foot. 2005.88.0055.jpg
78.12.19 Intact , hairline cracks on the surface of the shoulder, wash worn on the discus. Folds of clay still apparent from the joining of the upper and lower discus. Small amount of discolouration and blackening on the nozzle, probably due to use. 2008.99.0699.jpg
E.62.5 Intact, with no apparent damage to surface.
TEMP.2003.6.6 a) Should be rejoined to b. It consists of part of the rim, one handle (the other one is missing) and body of the vessel. Small bits have been pitted off, as well as parts of the colour on some areas. The glaze also seems to be scraped off, apart from the surfaces decorated with palmettes. There are traces of white plaster (on the exterior), especially at the upper part of the handle's springs. b) Should be rejoined to a and c. Part of the rim and body of the vessel. The area above the decoration on the body seems scraped off. c) Should be rejoined to b. It consists of part of the rim, one of the springs of the other handle (that is missing) and part of the vessel's body. White plaster is apparent on most of the external surface. Traces of adhesives? exist on the internal surface of the rim d) Part of the rim and body of the vessel. Adhesives on the rim (interior and exterior). e) Part of the vessel's lower body. Tiny bits have been pitted off from both sides and colour has fadded away on some areas. f) Part of the vessel's resting surface. The foot is missing and there are adhesives and white plaster on the joining point of the foot with the base. 2006.20.0464.jpg
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