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There are 25 objects for which Condition contains → fragmentary
14.9.110A Very fragmentary. Part of the body, rim and one handle preserved, pieced together from fragments. Chips around the rim and the body Gloss worn on handle. On the interior gloss is not lustrous, on the exterior is still shiny. 2006.20.0263.jpg
27.4.8 Fragmentary, with some parts rounded off by a restorer. 2003.16.0013.jpg
83.4.1 Fragmentary
83.5.1 Fragmentary 2006.20.0049.jpg
E.62.10 Intact if fragmentary, the wood is somewhat degraded and there are three large chips, two at the top and one running along the side of the main body. It is clear from the state of the state of the foot that it has been snapped off a larger object. 2002.98.0972.jpg
E.62.11 Intact if fragmentary, the wood is in good condition although there are some deep grains in the wood. 2002.98.0973.jpg
E.62.2 Intact if fragmentary. The detail is refined and there is no deposit on the surphace. No discernable damage. 2008.08.0210.jpg
E.63.1 Fragmentary but intact. There are no major cracks, but there is a large amount of muddy deposit all over the artefact. 2002.98.0163.jpg
E.65.13 Intact, although it is only fragmentary. The blue glaze remains, although it is not present on either end indicating it has been snapped off. 2002.98.0223.jpg
E.65.15 Intact if fragmentary, no colour is lost although the surface is rough in some areas suggesting a loss in glaze, one end displays characteristics of having been snapped of a larger object. 2002.98.0969.jpg
L.2011.1.10 Fragmentary, chipped around the edges with glaze scraped off. 2011.97.0107.jpg
L.2011.1.37 fragmentary and chipped, with some grey sediment 2011.97.0263.jpg
L.2011.1.39 fragmentary, heavily chipped and some white sediment 2011.97.0294.jpg
L.2011.1.4 fragmentary, worn and coated in grey sediment 2011.97.0350.jpg
L.2011.1.44 fragmentary, worn, slightly scratched, discolouration from scorching and covered in a light grey sediment 2011.97.0278.jpg
L.2011.1.46 Fragmentary, chipped and worn around the edge as well as on the very top. Two intentional holes on the top of the lid. 2011.97.0341.jpg
L.2011.1.47 Fragmentary, chipped, no edge and coated in grey sediment 2011.96.0074.jpg
L.2011.1.49 fragmentary, coated in a grey sediment, with lines indented on the top 2011.97.0382.jpg
L.2011.1.50 fragmentary, very chipped and worn and covered in grey sediment 2011.96.0080.jpg
L.2011.1.51 fragmentary, chipped and worn 2011.97.0332.jpg
L.2011.1.53 fragmentary, chipped and very worn with patches of light brown sediment 2011.97.0356.jpg
L.2011.1.63 fragmentary chipped, slightly worn and coved in a light brown sediment; grey and white sediments. 2011.97.0040.jpg
L.2011.1.64 fragmentary and very loose tesserae. 2011.96.0096.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
TEMP.2003.7.1 Fragmentary, comprised of two fragments rejoined. Some decoration worn off in patches, especially on the white parts.
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