Ure Museum Database

There are 29 objects for which Condition contains → due
14.9.21 Joined unevenly due to erosion of the edges. Small spots of dark deposit on exterior surface. Surface damage to underside where paint has been rubbed away. 2007.03.1279.jpg
14.9.5 Paint flaked away inside mouth. Slight chip in rim. The clay has discoloured maybe due to age of firing. Black deposits inside. 2003.92.0236.jpg
2004.8.4 Single fragment of five sides, broken sharply. The lower part of the fragment decoration is well preserved, but the upper portion has suffered cosiderable ware, although, the absent upper torsos of the youths can be seen on the terracotta below (due to the paint having preserved the ware to some extent before it was rubbed off). 2006.20.0566.jpg
2005.3.28A-B Condition isn't good on both fragments, interior is faded and and has some deposits of white visible, exterior is discoloured, faded, stratched and chipped. small holes are visible on A, possibly due to air bubbles during firing.
2007.4.109 Fragment; black painting is indistinguishable due to fragment being worn. 2007.30.0024.jpg
2007.9.1.99 Intact, image is of poor quality, but most likely due to the cast or original gem.
22.3.2 One side missing. Inside has white deposits and traces of red due to bad firing. Crack around top of foot. 2003.97.0712.jpg
25.8.4 Difficult to see main design due to erosion of paint but intact despite small chip in body. 2003.03.0093.jpg
26.7.11 Intact. Beneath the handle, the top of the bell is not smooth, it appears to have been a hole, which has been stoppered with a ball of clay that remains connected and does not move. The lower black band on the main zone has been completely rubbed away on one side, revealing a darker brown clay. The entire surface shows small scratches, and some whitish deposit is evident, especially around the handle. The inside surface is rough, due to a lot of brown/grey deposit. 2002.97.0314.jpg
48.12.13 Intact. Rim has small chips, the body has chips of varying sizes and also small holes which do not appear to go all the way through the fabric. There is a piece of debris in one of the handles. Colour is fading in some places, maybe due to firing process. 2008.99.0242.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
78.12.16 Intact, three small pits in the body of the lamp, none pierce through to the reservoir. wash is worn and chipped all over. Tip of nozzle is blackened, probably due to use. Small amount of grey/white deposit. 2008.99.0799.jpg
78.12.19 Intact , hairline cracks on the surface of the shoulder, wash worn on the discus. Folds of clay still apparent from the joining of the upper and lower discus. Small amount of discolouration and blackening on the nozzle, probably due to use. 2005.01.0097.jpg
78.12.7 Intact and complete, decoration and wash worn in places. White deposit all over, especially on the interior, nozzle tip blackened, probably due to use. 2008.99.0808.jpg
79.1.10 Intact, missing handle, small hole in the base. Lumpy deposit over areas of the lamp, wash wearing in places. Blackening of the nozzle due to use. 2005.01.0034.jpg
79.1.14 Complete and intact. End of nozzle blackened due to use. A few chips around rim. 2005.01.0290.jpg
79.1.15 The fragment is broken to top right of grapes, revealing the underneath jutting out to a point, which has grey, miniscule soil deposits. Decoration is complete to left of grapes but is slighty discoloured due to soil deposits. 2005.01.0091.jpg
79.1.6 Intact, worn wash and worn decoration. Nozzle blackened probably due to use. 2005.01.0083.jpg
79.1.7 Intact and complete, brownish to black wash waring in places. White deposit on the base and blackening around the nozzle, probably due to use. 2008.99.0765.jpg
79.1.8 Complete, decoration very worn, filling hole is irregular; this may be due to it's production. Nozzle tip is blackened; probably from usage. nozzle end is scored with many lines. White deposit in places. 2005.01.0029.jpg
E.47.1 Complete and intact but worn. Small amount of deposit especially around the decoration. The wick hole is blackened at the tip due to usage. 2005.01.0328.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.62.46 Due to deterioration the sharp edge has disappeared due to deposits. The tip is missing and the bronze has discolored to green in places. Two small holes near the nail have appeared perhaps due to deterioration as well.
E.65.10 Intact. Slight discolouration to bronze due to deterioration. Small surface scratches and deposits make surface appear slightly uneven although it feels smooth. 2007.01.0179.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.56 Intact. Base is a little unstable due to minor chips. Small traces of deposits. Slight scratches but is very good condition on the hole. 2003.93.0128.jpg
REDMG:1964.1606 Complete and intact, red wash worn in places, white deposit on exterior and heavily on the interior. Blackening aruond the nozzle due to use. 2005.01.0324.jpg
REDMG:1964.1607.1 Intact, wash is worn and there are numerous chips. Tip of nozzle is slightly blackened, due to use. Small amount of pale deposit. 2005.02.0001.jpg
REDMG:1964.1654.1 Mouth and neck missing and part of stem appears to be missing due to uneven base. Deposits on outside and on base. Some scratches to body. 2003.93.0156.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
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