Ure Museum Database

There are 42 objects for which Condition contains → by
13.10.17 Intact, half of neck and rim missing, on one side by the cross there is a section which has been chipped away. There are various chips on the body, and the paint has faded significantly on the handle and around the shoulder. 2003.92.0048.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
14.9.80 Intact, paint faded slightly, a white mark by the purple area. 2013.04.0018.jpg
2004.8.2B One of two joining fragments (the other is 2004.08.2A). Single, four sided fragment, broken relatively smoothly. One convex side and one concave side. Black decoration partially degraded (especially on the interior) by greyish/white deposits.
2005.3.38 Interior is in good condition, red band is faded and worn. Exterior is heavily discoloured by gray and brown deposits, some stratches 2006.20.0393.jpg
2005.3.39 Not in good condition, the interior band is very worn and the exterior decoration is very worn and covered by gray deposits 2006.20.0395.jpg
2005.6.1 Mouth missing the rim/ lips, neck is complete, half shoulder section intact, exterior decoration marked by brownish-grey deposits, large brownish-grey deposit found the full width of interior.
2005.7.10 Fragment. Good, although medallion is attached to main textile by only a few threads. 2005.95.0019.jpg
2008.7.166 Interior and Exterior: decoration mostly worn away or covered by dirt(?)
26.7.7 Comprised of two rejoined pieces; join still visible across the back and belly, crack running from right ear to join. Body covered by white and grey depoit, feet are brown and shiny. 2011.98.0121.jpg
27.4.8 Fragmentary, with some parts rounded off by a restorer. 2003.16.0013.jpg
29.11.6 Reconstructed by many fragments, there are a few gouges and many small bits of colour have fallen off, especially from the interior. 2004.05.0024.jpg
29.5.2 The rim next to one handle has a small area of sandy deposit and shows where the glaze has been slightly rubbed away. On the rim near the other handle is a larger amount of a more whitish deposit, which is also on the inside of the pot. The glaze on the handles is marred by large amounts of greyish/green deposit, which also covers a large amount of the glaze lower down the body and on the base of the foot. On the main zone on side A, there is a whiter deposit. On side B, at the foot of Pegasus, there is a deep scratch. In the base of the foot, there is a crack down one side of the well. 2003.16.0008.jpg
30.11.3 Mended by two joining fragments and with section of rim missing. Paint has faded and top is dirty, making pattern hard to distinguish. Scratches on the surface and knob. Small chip to the top of the knob.Small chips around the vertical edge of the rim 2008.99.0638.jpg
34.10.20 Intact and complete. The figure is almost entirely covered by a grey deposit, which makes the surface feel rough. Small detail still remains, on the face, the nose, mouth and one eye. The right foot is also detailed. 2002.97.0434.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. 2004.95.0122.jpg
34.10.8 Intact and complete except for two chips to the rim, one on either side. The surface is dulled by a yellowish-brown deposit. The glaze has also worn away in patches. 2008.98.0478.jpg
34.8.12 The handle has been rejoined to the lid, whose colour has been peeled off from many spots (underneath). The body has been reconstructed by 6 fragments. There are some bits missing at the joining points of the fragments, as well as from the incurved surface of the rim. Few bits have been chipped off from the base. The colour is wearing off from many spots, especially at the body. The deposits under the lid and inside the body almost obscure the glaze. 2005.88.0067.jpg
34.8.9 Slightly chipped around rim, especially one large part missing from the upper edge; decoration worn and scratched in places; some light gray deposits on the inside and by the handle attachment; slight white deposits on the bottom. 2004.95.0104.jpg
48.12.2 Complete, small chip on rim by one handle, small chip in opposite handle, barely noticeable. Paint slightly worn and scratched in places (not affecting decoration). Interior blotchy, as if water had been spilt while material still wet. 2003.98.0127.jpg
49.8.12 Paint has worn badly on the mouth and the handle. The paint on the body remains clear depite the original mistakes by the decorator. Chip on the base, smaller around the rim. Depositions around the stem. Gloss applied carelessly on the exterior of the mouth. 2008.99.0528.jpg
50.10.6 Intact. Large piece rejoined from side A, but doesn't obscure decoration. Some pitting and chipping all over body. Small chip in rim by one of the handles. 2004.07.0006.jpg
50.4.11 Chip in rim partly repaired but some still missing. Glaze flakked off on rim, handles. Not applied carefully. Handle has been assembed by 2 pieces and part of it is missing.Depositions on the grrove just before the foot. 2010.98.0312.jpg
50.4.7 Mouth and upper part of the neck assembled from a number of small fragments (repaired by Cameron Hahn, 17.08.2005). Large chip on shoulder, smaller on neck and small chip on foot. Quite ggod quality of glaze that retians its shine. Net pattern designe dcarefully although the maendar is quite rough. Scratces on the body. 2008.10.0030.jpg
50.5.3 Mouth and upper part of neck modern and intact handle. Most of the black has faded to a light brown color. The neck and mouth has been rebuilt by modern material. The surface appears in fairly good condition, except for some deep scratches around the neck. Left swan scratched face, right swan intact face. There are other small scratches on the surface and bit of flaking and chipping, especially around the edge of the foot. 2007.01.0012.jpg
51.1.1 Intact. Surface dulled by greyish-white deposits, especially thick at bottom of bowl on interior, small scratches and patches of wear all over. 2002.97.0233.jpg
51.1.2 The vessel is reconstructed by many fragments and has been repaired (it has been conservated and parts of the shoulder and body have been filled in). Some bits of the colour have been peeled off (rim, handle, neck, body) and there are some small spots that are pitted off (rim, body). Lastly, there is a gouge under one of the side handles and another one on the central part of the base. 2010.98.0180.jpg
52.3.3 Incomplete but cleaned and restored at the Ashmolean by Rickard. Body is compiled of fragments with missing parts filled in with plaster. Five separate unattached fragments. Large chip from foot. Neck, mouth and rim are largely restored but some loose fragments remain. Ruddled areas worn and black paint is scratched. 2003.95.0050.jpg
58.2.4 Intact apart from a section of the spur which seems to have broken off. There is a deep crack on the inner side of the handle at the bottom. Also a dent in the body by the base of the handle, and the base is misshapen, both of which may have been done before firing (?). In a few areas the paint has been worn, and there are minor chips. 2003.92.0082.jpg
71.6.3 Complete but repaired. Figures remain clear but the black glaze has become streaky. Paint surface flaked away inside by one handle revealing the clay. 2008.99.0717.jpg
74.7.5 Complete. Has been glued back together from two pieces. Is entirely covered by dark deposit, possibly from the action of fire. Thought to be from a burnt grave. There is a lot of flaking, revealing white. The features of the face are distinguishable, but are worn in places. The back is much lighter in colour, but still covered in brown/green deposit and feels rough to the touch. 2002.97.0398.jpg
79.1.16 Intact, upper portion of handle missing, filling hole shape slightly obscured by missing area of discus. Wash worn in most place, superficial chips in the body blackening along the left side of the shoulder, nozzle and all though the interior. 2005.01.0041.jpg
E.23.24 Intact and complete. Slightly blackened by firing. 2003.92.0089.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.63.18 The fragment is intact. The ends of the fragment are tainted by a brown deposit. The inscription is very scratched on one side, with one particularly large scratch. 2007.01.0115.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.25 Side A is intact by side B, once broken in, has had two large pieces rejoined, while one piece is missing. The rim and one handle are chipped. Decoration worn, especially on handles and side A. 2005.89.0068.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.35 Incomplete. Only head remains, no body. Lots of detail on both face and head, but both are marred by whitish deposit. Detail at tip of the head has broken off.
REDMG:1951.1715 Surface eroded on interior; slightly stained on exterior; some minuscule chips on rim. Wheel marks on the exterior. Two holes left by inclusions on the interior. 2008.99.0268.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.6 Intact. Deposits inside and large chip to inside of pot by handle. Outside shows some wearing of surface, with deposits on handles.
REDMG:1964.1611.1 Intact, centre of discus is obscured by damage, many small chips in the surface. Large amount of grey deposit on the interior and the back of the exterior. 2005.01.0258.jpg
TEMP.2007.2.49 Fragment; Damaged by fire, with chipping of decoration probably due to this damage. Munsell colours are for unburnt and burnt parts respectively 2007.10.0051.jpg
TEMP.2007.3.64 green weathering and rough weathered surface; very worn by weather; complete
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