Ure Museum Database

There are 13 objects for which Condition contains → fracture
14.9.16 Small dots of deposit on the white slip and also on the fracture edges. The interior red colour appears a little streaky, but this was probably since production. 2007.03.1282.jpg
14.9.31 The red and white colour from the exterior surface are badly faded to only traces remain. Dot of black paint on edge and also touching exposed clay at fracture - possibly modern. 2007.03.1287.jpg
14.9.50 Band around rim on top and both sides is fading. Paint faded red from black on the outer surface. Very sharply fracture from vessel. Many surface cracks. The fracture is in two layers and is not a clean break. 2003.01.0085.jpg
14.9.72 Some loss of paint on outer surface. Some surface damage to underside probably caused at time of fracture. 2003.46.0072.jpg
2016.5.3 Handle is missing. Handle fracture on the rim and on the shoulder of the vase shows that it was a "ribbon handle". Some white chips on the body, neck and the interior of the mouth. White deposits on the underside of the foot. 2016.01.0031.jpg
23.11.31UU Two fragments connected at the waistline. The upper torso fragment is missing the head, and the left arm is broken off at the elbow at a point which seems to continue the fracture line. The lower, skirt fragment is missing the feet. 2005.06.0132.jpg
57.3.4 Paint on outer surface in very good condition with only a small area fading to red and small cracks appearing in surface. Not a clean fracture. 2004.12.0097.jpg
65.6.2 Broken off at the shoulders; small white deposit at fracture. Highly polished with no surface damage. The scratches caused through production are still visible.
78.12.13 Intact, part of the base is missing, hairline fracture radiating from this damage. Wash is worn, especially on the decoration and base. Large amount of grey deposit all over, interior and exterior. 2010.99.0095.jpg
78.12.21 Intact, upper right half of nozzle is missing, long hairline crack reaching down into the centre of the base from ths damage. Signs of use visible on nozzle. Fracture around the edge of the discus continuing along the nozzle to the wick hole. Brownish red wash is worn, large amount of white-grey deposit 2008.01.0038.jpg
L.2016.3.9 Fragment; broken off at ca. 2/3 of foot. Grey-brownish deposits on foot and older fracture edges, which are limited to two sides at the foot section. The other fracture edges are younger. The black paint is slightly worn but well preserved for the most part.
REDMG:1964.1637.1 On the reserved side of the handle are some deposits as there are on one part of exposed clay at fracture. Lustre remains on black areas. 2006.20.0521.jpg
REDMG:1964.1688.1 Repaired in two pieces. Paint has faded on exterior surface and there are white deposits on the exposed clay at fracture. Small chips to rim. 2006.20.0502.jpg
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