Ure Museum Database

There are 17 objects for which Condition contains → found
2005.6.1 Mouth missing the rim/ lips, neck is complete, half shoulder section intact, exterior decoration marked by brownish-grey deposits, large brownish-grey deposit found the full width of interior.
22.3.26 Part of rim (about 1/4) is missing. Several very small chips and scratched areas can be found on the top surface of the plate, as well as one larger part that is gouged out. Also very small chips are visible on the underside of the plate and a patch near the missing rim is unevenly fired (red instead of black). 2003.97.0922.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
26.4.5 Intact. The stem of the knob has greyish deposit on it, a soft white version of which, can be found around the rim of the lid. The rim of the lid shows several chips. The underneath if the lid is covered in white and grey deposit. 2002.97.0340.jpg
27.4.12 Complete; repaired from seven pieces. The rim is uneven, and contains two small but definite chips. All over the surface are small scratches and patches of wear. The pattern on the rim contains few subtle patches of red, the same colour as patches on the handles. Patterns in the centre of the bowl appear to have rubbed away in patches. Underneath, the patterns remain more prominant, but again small patches of wear are evident, especially around the rim. Inside the foot are greyish white deposits, that are also found underneath the rim in small patches near the handles. 2002.97.0239.jpg
27.4.5 Intact. The rim, inside of the bowl and handles, all show evidence of wear, and there are considerable patches where all of the glaze has been removed. There are also small chips to be found on the handles, and on the inside of the rim. Where the glaze has been rubbed away, it has revealed a grey colour. There is also a thin crack running from the edge of the rim, to half way down the first black band. The well in the centre of the bowl is also slightly worn, to reveal a whitish grey colour, as well as a small crack running across the side. On the underside of the bowl, there is more evidence of general wear, including a chip just under the rim next to one of the handles. The bottom rim of the foot also reveals small chips, as well as a crack running across the middle. 2003.19.0007.jpg
34.10.16 Comprised of two rejoined pieces. Decoration on the front has faded, and resting surface is very uneven, as is the back. There are small scratches all over the surface and small holes at the top of the head. The back reveals lots of small cracks and holes. There is a white deposit on the chest area, which can also be found inside the base, as well as running along the cracks on the back. 2005.05.0059.jpg
45.10.5 Comprised of nine rejoined fragments and nine loose fragments, one of which shows the head and shoulders of a youth, badly damaged in fire. Five pieces were badly damaged when it was found in 1979 - more detailed in Ure inventory. Underside has been repainted. Exterior surface design is in remarkably good condition considering the damage done to the interior surface. Stem remains but the foot is completely missing. 2011.98.0040.jpg
48.2.1 Intact. The inside is covered in sandy/white deposit, which can also be found in the inside of the handles. The rim shows wear on the glaze and slight flaking. The main zones have small scratches on them, including deep scratches on three of the swans (could be intentional?). There is more deposit around the top of the foot and on the base of it. 2003.16.0003.jpg
49.8.1 Intact but very small chips along the rim and body of mug. Small areas of paint chipped and deposit areas can also be found on the body as well as the base of the rim. Gloss is not lustrous. At parts on the body, gloss fired brown. 2008.98.0423.jpg
51.7.5 Complete but repaired at neck. Two small chips on the rim. Small areas of deposit found around the foot. Black very smooth and shiny, as is some of the red. 2008.99.0557.jpg
E.23.29 appears to have no restoration or recent damage. The pottery is very rough with innumerable shallow chips, and there is a large amount of white deposit all over the object, a particularly large patch can be found near the base. 2007.01.0076.jpg
E.62.12 Intact and complete. Very little glaze has been removed but some brown deposit can be found on the underside and in the holes over all parts. 2008.08.0054.jpg
E.63.16 Intact and complete. Very little glaze has been removed but some brown deposit can be found on the underside detail and more so on the right legs of the beetle. 2007.99.0067.jpg
E.63.7 Intact and complete. Some amount of blue glaze has rubbed off, and a small amount of white deposit can be found on the mid-rif. 2002.98.0937.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.33 Complete and intact. One chip underneath the rim. Areas of colour loss can be found around the rim, handles and the main body of the krater. Part of the foot and has a layer of deposit. 2004.07.0003.jpg
TEMP.2002.7.1 Intact. The rim suffers from several chips, one in particular quite large, opposite one of the handles. There is also evidence of wear on the glaze, as there is on the inside of the bowl. On the band inside the bowl can be found three deeper scratches, as well as the occasional small hole. The handles of the bowl also reveal small chips on their glaze, as well as small scratches. The band which leads down to and envelops the top of the foot, contains small scratches, and where it meets the foot are lots of small cracks in the glaze. There is also some yellowy/grey deposit, which we can also see on the base of the foot. The base is chipped slightly in places and there are small scratches in the glazed bands. 2002.97.0223.jpg
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