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There are 9 objects for which Condition contains → each
13.10.19 Mostly intact with restoration to rim with a section each side of restoration still missing. There are some chips and pits on the inside and outside of the vase. 2008.99.0139.jpg
13.10.4A-B Two pieces, each intact, seemingly not missing any parts. The mirror is in better condition, with only a few worn and/or green patches, while the lid is damaged at the edges and is covered on the underside with whitish-green deposits. The lid has one cracked, running from the edge toward the centre. 2010.99.0120.jpg
50.4.15 Grey deposit inside bowl. Glaze chipped in places and worn around rim and handles. Crack running around one side of bowl ending under handles intersecting mid-way with crack running to rim. Triangular chip on rim next to handle approximately 2cm on each side. 2005.02.0014.jpg
E.62.26 Intact, two large chips out of the lip next to each other. Small amounts of white deposit on the outside. There is also a small amount of wearing of the red pigment. 2002.98.0124.jpg
REDMG:1947.13.1 The mouth has been repaired from five or more fragments, each handle from three fragments (with some parts missing and restored on the left handle). The body is reconstructed from 15 or more fragments and the foot has been restored in wood. There is a hole (perhaps original). In the base. Slightly chipped on the mouth, pitted, and scratched; traces of white plaster on the external surface, while the interior and bottom are covered with plaster. Faded decoration in patches. 2005.90.0016.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.62 Large chip on rim; parts of each handle missing; white deposits on mouth, rim, neck, and underside.
REDMG:1964.1662 One large chip each on rim and base; light green and whitish-grey deposits on exterior wall, base, and especially interior.
TEMP.2003.6.8 Seven fragments that belong to the same vessel. There is white plaster on both sides of each fragment. b) Adhesives on the exterior. The black gloss has been peeled off at some areas. e) Adhesives, especially on the external left side of the fragment. f) Small bits have been pitted off, and a shallow scratch on the lowest part of the body and a cracking on the central part of the resting surface. g) Looks like it has been flaked off from the vessel.
TEMP.2003.7.62A-C Each fragment has one side in good condition and the other dotted with white deposits.
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