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There are 12 objects for which Condition contains → greyish
13.10.16 Intact. A few small chips. Paint worn inside obscuring some of pattern. Some greyish deposit on exterior. 2008.99.0169.jpg
13.10.26 Intact, but missing a chunk from the rim. There is a substantial amount of greyish deposit on the rim and interior, and smaller surface chips on both the interior and the exterior. The exterior is worn in several places. 2003.92.0071.jpg
14.9.115 Fragment. The surface feels very smooth, but the back is slightly uneven. There is a long crack running down one shoulder and at the edge of the hairline. Little areas of greyish deposit running through contours of body. Once thought to join Reading 14.9.114. 2002.97.0411.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
30.11.1 Complete but not intact. The top of the mouth has some small chips in it and a small crack inside the mouth. The rim is worn, leaving only a little cross-hatching still evident. At the top and bottom of the handle, is revealed where it has been stuck back together again. There is white deposit on the handle. The surface of the body shows little scratches and wear on the glaze. On the base is a small patch of greyish deposit. 2016.99.0214.jpg
45.6.69 Nozzle broken off, small amount of foot chipped away. Greyish white deposit in areas of interior and exterior. 2005.01.0048.jpg
47.10.2 Incomplete. One handle and part of side missing. Surface of body in fairly good condition, showing only very small chips and small amount of greyish deposit underneath the handles. Inside the remaining handle is small amount of white deposit. The handle itself is slightly bumpy and chipped on the edges. 2002.97.0469.jpg
60.8.2 Complete and intact, but in fairly bad condition. It has been badly fired, which has left the glaze patchy, especially on the back of the body. Fired to reddish brown. Around the rim of the mouth, the glaze has been worn and scratched away to reveal the reserved clay, as it has around the handles. The decoration on the main zone is still fairly visible, but is worn in patches and flaking around the edges. At many parts, clay flaked off. Around the top of the foot is greyish white deposit, also evident around the handles. There is a large chip in the foot. White has faded. 2002.97.0709.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.2 Complete and intact. The amphora is in good condition, showing little signs of wear, as the glaze has flaked in little patches. There is one small chip on the rim and a few around the foot. There is a little bit of greyish deposit around the top of the foot and the rim of the mouth. On the resting surface of the foot is a small amount of brown deposit. 2002.97.0713.jpg
REDMG:1953.41.1 Intact. Accretions from river sediment (light greyish brown, with some reddish brown in areas) cover most of the vase, especially the handles and foot, where the deposits have built up. The interior surface is pitted on reserved areas, and glazed surfaces are scratched and eroded, especially on the interior of the bowl and the lip. 2005.99.0133.jpg
REDMG:1964.1651.1 Entire neck and mouth missing and base badly chipped. Deposits inside and out - greyish colour. Small surface scratches. 2003.93.0160.jpg
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