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There are 7 objects for which Condition contains → flat
22.3.41 Single fragment, roughly triangular preserving most of the flat bottom and approximately 1/4 of the arc of the lower part of the body. Large crack lengthwise down the fragment. Some whitish-gray deposits on the exterior and brownish-gray deposits on the interior. 2004.99.0530.jpg
26.12.24A-B The flat surface of the knob on the lid has a white deposit on it, which can also be found at the base of the stem, and around one side of the rim. Small cracks in the glaze are evident around the the base of the stem, and small scratches are clear around the surface of the rim. The very edge of the rim has some small chips in it. On the inside of the lid, there is one deep scratch, and a hole, as well as more of the same white deposit. The rim and inside of the main body has got more deposit on it, but this is a brighter white. The gloss also shows signs of wear with scratches and flakes in the surface. Near one handle, there is a chip on the rim. One handle is covered in a yellowish/white deposit. More pale white deposit can be found on the foot and on the black band above it. There are several small scratches and chips in the base of the foot. 2003.19.0001.jpg
47.2.24 Good, but missing one handle, paint slightly faded and pinkish in places. Base not completely flat so object slightly unstable 2003.92.0158.jpg
E.23.49.4 Intact although if there was a handle it is now gone. There appears to be some deposit on the non flat side. 2002.98.0141.jpg
E.62.44 Almost complete but a foot is missing from the base. The neck and flat rim have been reattched. Some discolouration on the lid and around the opening.
E.63.8 Intact, much of the blue glaze survives although what detail may have existed is now rubbed off and only basic detail now survives. There is a small amount of brown deposit on the flat underside. 2002.98.0935.jpg
E.65.11 Intact. Small area of polished metal showing through on rectangular extension but not reflective. Major discolouration and deterioration to the surface of both sides. Small surface scratches. Does not sit flat so the object must be slightly bent. 2008.08.0017.jpg
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