Ure Museum Database

There are 21 objects for which Condition contains → bands
11.10.6 Piece of bottom missing. Erosion of bands on mouth and some chips there too. 2003.97.0024.jpg
14.9.41 Dirty buff clay, black paint. Outside: narrow band at rim, two rows of dots, plain bands. Inside: clear buff unpainted. 2003.01.0096.jpg
2003.3.37 Interior in in good condition, one of the bands is very faded and only traces remain of the added red. Also a patch of dark brown discolouration. Exterior is heavily discoloured with gray and brown build up, added red is visible underneath
26.2.26 Underside has slight patches of discolouration and bands are starting to fade. The topside has lost the white decoration so that only traces remain. No surface damage or deposit. 2013.04.0061.jpg
26.2.27 Bands on underside badly faded to light brown. Chip missing from surface. Similar fading on black paint on topside. 2013.04.0064.jpg
26.2.28 Painted bands on underside are wearing away considerably compared to the topside which has retained most of its colour apart from some white but it is now a little dull. Surfaces are all still smooth with no significant damage. 2003.45.0081.jpg
26.2.31 Underside is dull and discoloured. The colouring on the top is good except for the bands which have faded. There is some surface damage here too. 2013.04.0075.jpg
26.2.35 Smooth surfaces except for a small chip to topside. Some bands on underside faded but the white on the topside remains in reasonably good condition. 2013.04.0083.jpg
26.2.39 On underside paint has faded to red in some areas and in others the paint has flaked away. The topside has lost much of its white dots and bands. Small bits arte flaking away as well. Black meander faded to red. 2004.46.0059.jpg
26.2.88 Fragment an irregular circle shape, bands worn on exterior, grey deposits on interior embedded into chips. 2013.04.0204.jpg
27.10.1 Restored false neck and rejoined spout (with added clay around the join to the body), but otherwise intact. Black bands faded in places. Minor chips and scratches on the body and shoulder. The side with the spout has a crazed look (?). 2004.95.0051.jpg
27.4.4 Some repainting of bands on the lower areas of the body. 2003.97.0780.jpg
33.4.2 Complete but not intact. Rim of foot made up with plaster. Decoration worn in places, small holes and scratches all over surface. Lower bands on foot half missing because of restoration with modern materials, as is one handle. 2003.58.0012.jpg
37.11.2 Intact. Bands on mouth and body particularly worn. 2003.04.0093.jpg
45.6.4 Intact. Deposits all over making surface very gritty. Some wearing of black bands. 2003.35.0088.jpg
49.4.1 The mouth is a little chipped and the neck has been repaired. There are bits missing from the shoulder, too. The largest part of the white bands has worn away, as has some of the paint on the foot. There are white and gritty deposits in the mouth and under the handle. The glaze below the meander is streaky. There is also colour loss on the back of the body but this appears to be due to firing. 2005.88.0081.jpg
50.12.6 Black bands are mostly rubbed off. 2003.98.0096.jpg
52.3.4 Comprised of 40 or more pieces, rejoined, with some restroations, but missing handle and lugs on one side. Much repainting on handle, rim, and interior, but animal details are largely original. Complete apart from one of the handles. It has been reconstructed from many pieces and parts are modern fillings.The contours of the black bands inside are fired red. Badly restored. 2004.07.0009.jpg
REDMG:1964.1159.1 Horse is broken in several places. Difficult to tell if tail has been broken or whether it ever existed. One front and one back leg missing. Head of horse also absent. Painted bands badly worn. White deposits on back of horse. 2003.93.0138.jpg
TEMP.2002.7.1 Intact. The rim suffers from several chips, one in particular quite large, opposite one of the handles. There is also evidence of wear on the glaze, as there is on the inside of the bowl. On the band inside the bowl can be found three deeper scratches, as well as the occasional small hole. The handles of the bowl also reveal small chips on their glaze, as well as small scratches. The band which leads down to and envelops the top of the foot, contains small scratches, and where it meets the foot are lots of small cracks in the glaze. There is also some yellowy/grey deposit, which we can also see on the base of the foot. The base is chipped slightly in places and there are small scratches in the glazed bands. 2002.97.0223.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.22 Intact. Chipped all throughout. The white bands become indiscernable half way down the lacrymaterion.
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