Ure Museum Database

There are 32 objects for which Condition contains → features
13.10.29 Poor, features indistinct, broken below torso. 2006.20.0456.jpg
13.10.30 Broken at neck, facial features worn. 2008.99.0019.jpg
13.10.31 Head fragment, facial features worn. Damage to top of head and over right eye. 2007.12.0026.jpg
13.10.34 Features worn, back of head missing 2007.12.0012.jpg
13.10.35 Broken at neck, features worn. 2008.03.0029.jpg
14.9.117 Some features 2008.03.0013.jpg
19.53.86 Single fragment preserving only the head of female figurine, broken at the neck. In good condition, crack at top of nose and slightly worn but features still clear.
23.11.31L Fragmented, cracked, and chipped, with no clear defining features except shield. Brownish-grey colour. 2005.06.0077.jpg
34.10.17 Complete. The white slip has worn away in places, and there is a smooth grey deposit evident in patches. Also, the munsell colour shows through. The features of the face are still fairly clear, but the eyes seem worn. The surface all over feels smooth, but the base of the neck is slightly uneven and a bit chipped. 2002.97.0389.jpg
34.10.18 Complete and intact. The surface is uneven all over, and the red glaze has been rubbed away in areas of prominance; for example, knees, stomach, chest and features of the face. There are indentations and air bubbles around the chest area, and on the back of the figurine. Here, there are also lots of scratches on the surface. 2002.97.0441.jpg
34.10.19 Complete and intact. The surface of the woman is incredibly smooth, the features of the face nearly worn away. There is a large scratch on the woman's right shoulder. As well as patches of white slip that is still evident, there is a smoky covering to the head, chest and knees. The base is very uneven. 2002.97.0438.jpg
34.10.26 Intact but not complete. Detail of the hair remains very clear, but the features on the face are less so. The eyes have been worn almost completely away, and the nose has a chip in one side. At the top of the forhead, just where the hair begins, is a hole. The top and back are uneven and show small holes on the surface. There is a small amount of dirty deposit at the base of the neck, and inside the hollow of the head. 2002.97.0426.jpg
47.2.26 Worn, especially facial features. Nose chipped. 2004.13.0007.jpg
47.2.27 Lower part of body broken off. Right side of face damaged, although features on left preserved. 2009.99.0109.jpg
47.2.31 Intact, although left arm missing and a section from base. Facial features well preserved. 2008.99.0146.jpg
50.4.22 Clay is suffering from corrosion, many deposits over surface. Detail lost on some of the features of the ram. Part of left ear broken. Handle broken and rejoined. 2003.92.0306.jpg
57.3.14 Single fragment, preserving the top of the figurine, broken off at the top of the shoulders. Features well preserved; traces of dark red on hair. 2005.02.0079.jpg
67.6.3 Dark deposits which look similar to mould on front mainly left hand side. Small hole below her right shoulder on the body. Features and clothing remain distinguishable. 2004.95.0067.jpg
67.7.1 Incomplete. The figure has broken in half and been glued back together, however, at the back, there is a chip missing still. The grey colour is interspersed with deposit of a dark brown colour, which is even more prominant on the back. The features of the face have almost all worn away, except for the nose. Around the front and sides of the base are white and dark grey deposits. 2002.97.0444.jpg
74.7.5 Complete. Has been glued back together from two pieces. Is entirely covered by dark deposit, possibly from the action of fire. Thought to be from a burnt grave. There is a lot of flaking, revealing white. The features of the face are distinguishable, but are worn in places. The back is much lighter in colour, but still covered in brown/green deposit and feels rough to the touch. 2002.97.0398.jpg
83.10.1 Quite badly worn. It has been glued back together using three fragments. There seems to be a fragment missing at the bottom of the statue, therefore the figurine is incomplete. Most of the features of the statue are badly worn. There are many soil deposits all over the figure. Inside the hollow figurine there appears to be some sort of plant. 2006.20.0913.jpg
L.2016.3.10 Badly worn surface, so it's difficult to see any details of the features and hair. Light grey-yellowish deposits on the interior of the object as well as the handle and rim.
REDMG:1953.25.101 Deposits all over. Small, elongated hole in back of head with a white stone in clay above. Features are worn. 2006.20.0450.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.103 Only torso of figurine survives. Facial features worn, arms broken. 2007.12.0056.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.105 Good amount of paint remains. Features are still distinguishable. Broken below belt and left side (arm area) missing. 2006.20.0434.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.188 Intact. Relief features are worn. Pink and grey deposits all over, but mostly on back and base. 2003.93.0108.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.83 Intact if fragmentary. The facial features, especially the nose and right ear, have worn down quite considerably although it is still clear what they are meant to be. The line of breakage is straight, falling from the right ear to the middle of the left side of the neck. 2003.93.0197.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.88 Deposits lie on surface and in hollows beneath shawl. Facial features slightly worn on lower part of face. Material is very soft and crumbly. Some small surface cracks. 2003.93.0104.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.90 Features worn away, especially on child. 2003.93.0202.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.95 Section missing from side at face level. Deposits on front and more on reverse side. Facial features worn. 2006.20.0442.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.96 Facial features quite worn but enough remains to distinguish gender. Built up with grey deposits. 2006.20.0675.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.97 Features remain well defined despite having collected small white deposits. Back of the head is more worn than the front.
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