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There are 18 objects for which Condition contains → attached
13.10.2 Fragment. Single piece from the centre of the blade of the knife, missing the tip and the lower part, where it would have been attached. Worn and abraded all over, especially on the upper left of the ridged surface. Lighter coloured deposits on the other surface. 2010.99.0129.jpg
13.10.5 Single fragment, missing parts possibly at both ends. Heavily corroded, with greyish-brown incrustations, with greenish tinge at thicker edge. The fragment is curved on the flatter section (where it may have been attached. 2010.99.0128.jpg
2005.7.10 Fragment. Good, although medallion is attached to main textile by only a few threads. 2005.95.0019.jpg
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
2008.7.35 Fragment. Rough patch where handle was possibly attached. General wear and chipping throughout, but not too extensive.
2008.9.10 Cast seems to be complete, but original object was most likely broken, as the back half of the ship and half of one of the harpies is missing. Metal hook attached to top of cast for hanging. 2005.02.0198.jpg
2008.9.115 Fairly good; some of the model objects have lost their supports and are no longer attached to the model.
2008.9.118c Very good; basket no longer attached to rest of model, some bits of foam coming detached.
34.8.7.2 Single fragment preserving chimney mouth, formerly attached to 34.8.7
34.8.7.3 Single fragment, preserving part of handle, formerly attached to 37.8.7
64.7.1 One handle and the attached part of the rim are missing. The black colour misfired to red in certain places (e.g. at the handle and at the external side of the rim, underside of the foot, tongues, below the tongues, where the thin line is now reddish-yellow). There are deposits on the exterior of the body and the underside of the foot. Small chips to the rim. 2003.57.0002.jpg
79.1.9 Back section of body missing, could have once had a handle attached, Chipped all over, small amount of white deposit on the interior. 2005.01.0060.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.9 Comprised of three rejoined pieces, missing two-thirds of rim, attached parts of body, all of one handle, and most of the other. Foot chipped; tan deposits on interior.
REDMG:1953.25.99 Head missing above shoulders. Uneven base, perhaps was attached to something else and acted as a decoration(?). Some dark red deposits on front. Some scratches to knee. White deposits on reverse. 2003.93.0107.jpg
REDMG:1964.1709.1 One side missing - possibly had a handle attached. Some of the decorative 'rays' around rim have broken off. Deposits around base. 2003.93.0194.jpg
REDMG:1964.1710.1 Body undamaged but handle is missing leaving protrusions where it was attached. Deposits inside and out. There are faint fingerprints on the body. 2008.99.0253.jpg
TEMP.2003.7.42 Single fragment, quite worn and indented on one side, perhaps where a handle attached. Surface very badly scratched. Black deposit in one corner (thickly applied black glaze?) 2006.20.0411.jpg
TEMP.2007.2.33 Fragment of a rim; Has pink plaster attached to it with decoration on, suggesting previous restoration work 2007.10.0015.jpg
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