Ure Museum Database

There are 10 objects for which Condition contains → ends Intact, White residue covers parts of the bead. Small chips on both ends of the piercing.
13.10.5 Single fragment, missing parts possibly at both ends. Heavily corroded, with greyish-brown incrustations, with greenish tinge at thicker edge. The fragment is curved on the flatter section (where it may have been attached. 2010.99.0128.jpg
2008.7.160 Middle piece of handle fragment broken at both ends
22.9.1 Intact. Indentation at top has yellowish deposit in it, rim uneven. Front reveals scratches and small chips at ends of arms. Back has small patches of white deposit, across shoulders, neck and near base. Base is smooth but covered in white deposit. 2004.08.0002.jpg
23.11.31ZZ The tip of the back protrusion has broken off, as have the ends of both arms and the feet. There is a small crack below the lower arm. 2005.06.0161.jpg
51.4.8 Complete. The body mended from a number of joining fragments. Glaze flaked off on the top of the rim, body and handles. Small chip on one of the horizontal handles. The main zone decoration remains similarly intact, except for a few scratches on the surface, and in small patches, a misty light grey deposit. There is also some of this deposit around the ends of all three handles. Thinly applied glaze, especially on the back side of the vessel, allowing for the colour of the clay to be seen. On the resting surface of the foot is a chalky white deposit.
E.23.43.4 Intact, altough the ends are rough and distorted suggesting they have been damaged. The glaze has completey worn away.
E.23.43.7 Intact, but there is a large chip missing from one of the ends. Also the glaze is highly worn leading to a rough surphace.
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
E.65.14 Intact but a fragment, the glaze is gone as has much of the colour, there is an obvious crack near the foot of the fragment and it is clear from both ends of the fragment it has been snapped off. 2002.98.0967.jpg
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