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There are 9 objects for which Condition contains → glue
14.9.17 Traces of glue hint at a previous repair but the repaired piece is missing. Small spots of deposit on both surfaces. Slight surface damage to the concave surface. 2006.20.0019.jpg
2008.9.49 Fragment; chips throughout; white material (plaster? glue?) on broken edges.
34.10.23 Comprised of one large piece and three small pieces at the bottom, which have been rejoined. Missing the left foot and lower left portion of the figurine (previously restored or reattached: traces of glue and modern white plaster remain. Almost no traces of colour remain, except red on some of the head. White surface covered with grayish-tan deposits. Chipped on the back of the top of the head. 2002.97.0419.jpg
45.6.20 Single fragment, broken off at the top of the lid (just below stem); residue of varnish or glue on edge indicates that it was rejoined to other pieces. Pattern worn on top, where knob is chipped (on top and on side of knob). Grey deposit on surface, especially underside of knob. 2006.20.0029.jpg
50.4.24 Comprised of two fragments rejoined with B72 glue. Wash has faded considerably in places, small amount of residue; handle slightly chipped. 2005.01.0054.jpg
50.4.25 Complete, but with nozzle glued back on with B72 glue. A few cracks on the discus, wash wearing in places. Small hole where spout joins discus. 2001.99.0018.jpg
REDMG:2004.95.1 Restored (foot and handle) smoothed over with plaster (especially clear at join of handle to body and neck) with repainting (especially on handle). White glue remains where the foot was (more recently?) rejoined. Surface scratched and stained a dark orange (perhaps intentionally); dent just above foot. 2004.99.0868.jpg
TEMP.2002.9.3 Glaze is extremely shiny. Underside has many deposits and remains of glue residue from a previous repair.
TEMP.2003.7.64 Scratches on rim. Black gloss and white paint very worn. Chipped patch where handle would have been, has glue on it. Perhaps the handle was once stuck back on and has been broken off again. Underside of fragment covered in white deposits. 2006.20.0008.jpg
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