Ure Museum Database

There are 11 objects for which Condition contains → between
14.9.37 Thickness of clay is irregular and thickest at bottom of fragment. The black paint is dull and streaky. On the outer surface the areas between the black are creamy-yellow at top but become pinker towards the bottom. 2003.01.0008.jpg
2007.4.108 Very worn decoration; accretion between handle and pot 2007.30.0009.jpg
2008.7.31 Fragment. Moderate scratching and chipping. Edge between side and base heavily worn. "Aegina Aphrodite" handwritten in pencil on interior of base.
29.11.13 Missing (part of) head. Large areas of brownish-grey deposit all over body, with areas of white slip showing through in some places and chipped off elsewhere. On stomach, in between two front legs, is a small hole, perhaps from the firing process. 2002.97.0755.jpg
38.4.9 Comprised of six rejoined pieces, slightly chipped between joins (especially on handles). Some parts of surface flaked off, especially on white decoration. Slight white deposit on interior and exterior of bowl and top of stop. 2004.75.0006.jpg
E.62.22 The gaps between some teeth have become adhered by deposits. Others have warped out of shape. There is black discolouration, perhpas due to damp, on one face of the comb. A part has broken from the side but is due to be repaired. 2005.89.0039.jpg
E.62.9 Teeth are all different lengths and there are deposits caught between teeth. The bottom of the comb appears darker in colour, perhaps slightly damp.
L.2011.1.1 Single fragment neck, lip and handle intact, broken at the junction between neck and shoulder. White-ish grey deposits all over. 2011.97.0034.jpg
REDMG:1951.159.1 Mouth missing, broken off at the top of the neck, where the joins to handles and body are cracked and scratched. The lower part of the amphora has been restored, using wood (for the foot) and plaster (still visible on the interior and around the joint between handles and neck). Some pitting on body, surface abrasion on stem. 2005.89.0030.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.78 Handle missing. Surface in good condition, glaze remains all over, a few small chips, one between handle joints has two radiating hairline fractures. Small amount of deposit on interior. 2003.93.0127.jpg
TEMP.2002.9.27 Deposits and discolouration on the fractured edges. Paint remains clear and pattern visible although surface between has become dull. 2007.03.1230.jpg
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