Ure Museum Database

There are 9 objects for which Condition contains → couple
2005.3.27 Fragment, heavy white deposits, black on neck is very worn, only a couple of patches remain 2006.20.0405.jpg
26.7.14 Fragment. The gloss on the rim of the fragment is a little worn and the surface on both sides shows small scratches. On the handle, there are a couple of flakes missing, and a small hole, possibly from an air bubble. The gloss on the inside is much more worn, with big flakes missing, with a couple of substantially longer scratches. There is also a yellow/grey deposit all over the inside of the fragment. 2003.17.0012.jpg
38.4.6 Original lid is missing. However does have a fake/modern lid. Paint badly worn except for three good patches. Sides remain smooth and unchipped. Couple of cracks in surface and one inside. Deposits inside. 2005.90.0035.jpg
71.12.5 Two holes have been restored with transparent material. The end of the strigil is damaged. Discolouration of bronze to green, blue and black. Only a couple of areas of the true bronze colour remains. A couple of cracks have appeared making the object fragile. 2004.95.0149.jpg
71.12.6 Large parts of bronze have broken away from the sides of the curved section. The most important aspect to note is the deterioration in colour to blue, green, black and brown. Only in a couple of areas does the true colour of the bronze show through. Deposits under the handle where it joins the body. Small hole to one side of the curved section. 2011.98.0027.jpg
73.9.6 Fragment. The front of the fragment has a few small scratches in it, as well as a patch of pinky/grey deposit at the top of the figure. To the right of the figure, the fragment has split in half, so only the back half remains. The back of the fragment has small scratches and a couple of chips in the surface of the glaze. 2002.97.0193.jpg
E.23.41.1-25 At least nine beads have a good glaze remaining. Some have deposits and at least one has lost colour. Small cracks in a couple of beads. 2005.88.0084.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.19 Intact but with a couple of small chips on the body. Decoration very worn around mouth; images remain reasonably clear despite erosion of colouring.
TEMP.2007.3.76 Well preserved but couple of green spots; not much wear on obverse, more on reverse; chips around the edge 2008.02.0076.jpg
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