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There are 10 objects for which Condition contains → filled
13.10.11.11 Intact, chipping around both holes and pitting all over the body of the bead which is now filled with a white deposit.
13.10.11.12 Intact, chipped around the holes. Pitting on the surface of the bead which is now filled with white deposit.
26.12.17 Part of one handle missing and restored from ca. 15 fragments, with some portions filled in with plaster on both sides, and some repainting. Small chips on rim and slightly worn on foot. Interior surface remains shiny and picture remains clear. 2003.10.0099.jpg
26.12.3 Small hole in body has perhaps been filled to repair. Much wear on paint although lion remain clear. 2003.03.0095.jpg
47.2.7 Mended from a number of joining fragments. Small parts filled in with plaster (especially on left side. Gloss flaked off on part of the handle,rim and body. It is not lustrous. Towards the foot, thinly applied gloss that leaves parts of the clay to be seen. 2008.98.0404.jpg
51.1.2 The vessel is reconstructed by many fragments and has been repaired (it has been conservated and parts of the shoulder and body have been filled in). Some bits of the colour have been peeled off (rim, handle, neck, body) and there are some small spots that are pitted off (rim, body). Lastly, there is a gouge under one of the side handles and another one on the central part of the base. 2010.98.0180.jpg
51.1.3 Chips on both the exterior and the interior of the rim. Chips on the body. Cracks are apparent on the body of the krater and two large fragments on the body have been filled in. The gloss is not lustrous and was flaked off the rim, on the top of one of the handles and part of the body and the foot. 2005.88.0055.jpg
52.3.3 Incomplete but cleaned and restored at the Ashmolean by Rickard. Body is compiled of fragments with missing parts filled in with plaster. Five separate unattached fragments. Large chip from foot. Neck, mouth and rim are largely restored but some loose fragments remain. Ruddled areas worn and black paint is scratched. 2003.95.0050.jpg
E.63.24 Three chips on the lip. Several defects all around the artefact, one has been filled in. Only a few of the defects are deep enough to show the inside of the pot: it is circular patch of grey discoloration approximately two-thirds of the way down. 2006.20.0091.jpg
REDMG:1964.1615.1 complete and intact, handle is restored from three pieces. small amount of scratching and pitting on the body. filling hole is chiped, Wick hole is blackened from use and air hole is filled in. 2005.01.0139.jpg
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