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There are 8 objects for which Condition contains → hair
14.9.119 Poor, cracked in two places, along right side of the hair line continuing across face and horizontally upwards, into head. 2003.98.0183.jpg
34.10.26 Intact but not complete. Detail of the hair remains very clear, but the features on the face are less so. The eyes have been worn almost completely away, and the nose has a chip in one side. At the top of the forhead, just where the hair begins, is a hole. The top and back are uneven and show small holes on the surface. There is a small amount of dirty deposit at the base of the neck, and inside the hollow of the head. 2002.97.0426.jpg
57.3.14 Single fragment, preserving the top of the figurine, broken off at the top of the shoulders. Features well preserved; traces of dark red on hair. 2005.02.0079.jpg
E.23.17 A large amount of skin coloured paint has chipped of, particularly around the bottom and edges of the object. The paint on the chest is quite well preserved. There is a large fragment missing from the right shoulder which also removes part of the lower right hand side of the pace. The nose and eye work has been removed or fallen off. A large amount of black paint has chipped of the top of the object. There is also a hole in top of the head and a large crack originating on the lefthand side of 'hair' and ending near the base of the face. 2007.99.0037.jpg
L.2016.3.10 Badly worn surface, so it's difficult to see any details of the features and hair. Light grey-yellowish deposits on the interior of the object as well as the handle and rim.
REDMG:1964.1154.1 Added white inscribes tendrils, highlights the edge of the lotus blossoms, and for figural details: stephanai, jewelry, and hair ornament. 2004.99.0831.jpg
TEMP.2002.9.16 Nose is missing (as it probably is from the original). Hair is uneven as parts of the cast are missing from one side. Cast is placed on a black stand, also made of plaster.
TEMP.2003.8.64 Complete and intact. On the right, top area of hair terracotta is chipped to reveal orange colour. 2006.20.0473.jpg
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