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There are 9 objects for which Condition contains → dent
23.11.29 Dent to side of top, metal corroded and bent. 2002.97.0547.jpg
26.7.8 Complete and intact. Small chip on spuot mouth, and slight dent to one side. Wash worn in places, small amount of deposit. 2002.97.0553.jpg
49.8.9 Intact, except for tiny chips on the rim and three small gouges on the lower body. The vessel's condition is very good, as the paint is not worn and the glaze remains. There is a dent in the body but this was made during production. Only slight wearing of the purple dots but not so as they become indistinguishable.
58.2.2 Deposits all over body, worsening at neck. Small chip to rim. Dent to body. 2003.98.0040.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
E.23.35 Intact, one small chip in the lip and a slight dent near the neck. Otherwise the vase is still smooth to the touch. 2002.98.0002.jpg
E.62.60 Intact. No major chips or dents (except one dent near the base which is a result of bad workmanship or is designed to allow the pot), very little deposit. The decoration is still very clear. 2002.98.0028.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.59 Decoration worn and chipped (on handle and rim); dent to surface on lower body; light gray deposits on lower body.
REDMG:2004.95.1 Restored (foot and handle) smoothed over with plaster (especially clear at join of handle to body and neck) with repainting (especially on handle). White glue remains where the foot was (more recently?) rejoined. Surface scratched and stained a dark orange (perhaps intentionally); dent just above foot. 2004.99.0868.jpg
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