Ure Museum Database

There are 6 objects for which Condition contains → having Intact, chipped at the entrance to both piercing, one end having quite severe chips. Discoloured with black and white deposits.
14.9.42 The paint on the exterior surface is in bad condition having eroded away and become dull in the places where it remains. The middle swirl of the pattern is nearly lost completely. Reasonably free from deposits. 2003.01.0097.jpg
2004.8.4 Single fragment of five sides, broken sharply. The lower part of the fragment decoration is well preserved, but the upper portion has suffered cosiderable ware, although, the absent upper torsos of the youths can be seen on the terracotta below (due to the paint having preserved the ware to some extent before it was rubbed off). 2006.20.0566.jpg
25.9.1 One handle missing, the other repaired. Badly damaged all over, with paint flaking badly from the mouth area, body and foot having been repaired extensively and the glaze is a bad condition leaving the clay exposed. Plaster inserted in base to increase stability. 2003.23.0003.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
REDMG:1953.25.97 Features remain well defined despite having collected small white deposits. Back of the head is more worn than the front.
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