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11.10.21 Comprised of rejoined fragments, restored where fragments were missing (e.g. in handle zones) and slightly repainted. Blaze is not shiny on the interior and exterior. On the lower part of the body and the foot it is fired brownish. Parts of the clay have been scratched away om the lower part of the body and the exterior of the foot leaving an uneven surface. Small chips on the body. 2008.99.0780.jpg
13.10.2 Fragment. Single piece from the centre of the blade of the knife, missing the tip and the lower part, where it would have been attached. Worn and abraded all over, especially on the upper left of the ridged surface. Lighter coloured deposits on the other surface. 2010.99.0129.jpg
13.10.5 Single fragment, missing parts possibly at both ends. Heavily corroded, with greyish-brown incrustations, with greenish tinge at thicker edge. The fragment is curved on the flatter section (where it may have been attached. 2008.09.0013.jpg
14.9.107 Rim is chipped away, as is foot, so that object stands unevenly. Gloss worn and scratched on the interior and exterior. It retains lustre. 2003.92.0139.jpg
14.9.114 Joins with Reading 14.9.115; surface feels a little rough, back of figurine uneven and has a jagged hole in it. White barely preserved. All over top of base is dark brown deposit (soil?). More of this dark deposit where the top half has broken off. 2002.97.0408.jpg
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
14.9.45 Incomplete: handles, top of false neck, and spout missing. Indications along the shoulder that it had at one time been broken at repaired. Minute cracks and chips on main body and shoulder of the jar. 2003.01.0006.jpg
2004.5.1 Approximately 1/3 of the original remains (lower right corner), which has been restored with modern plaster, mostly undecorated. Where original paint remains it has been dulled and is scratched. 2007.01.0057.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
2007.4.86 Fragment; Some wear of decoration; has Heraeum written on it in pencil 2007.03.0714.jpg
2008.7.176 Fragment; worn, especially near broken edges; dirt deposits throughout; if there was any decoration, it has been worn off completely.
2008.7.187 Fragment; if exterior did have color, it is very badly worn down; heavy dirt throughout.
2008.7.196 Larger fragment broken on five sides has had a smaller fragment broken on four sides glued to it previously
2016.5.3 Handle is missing. Handle fracture on the rim and on the shoulder of the vase shows that it was a "ribbon handle". Some white chips on the body, neck and the interior of the mouth. White deposits on the underside of the foot. 2016.01.0031.jpg
22.9.1 Intact. Indentation at top has yellowish deposit in it, rim uneven. Front reveals scratches and small chips at ends of arms. Back has small patches of white deposit, across shoulders, neck and near base. Base is smooth but covered in white deposit. 2004.08.0002.jpg
23.11.10 Nearly one third of the rim and much of the upper body, below it, is broken off; glaze chipped and worn. 2004.98.0008.jpg
25.6.2 Intact except for the edge of the rim which is missing on one side. The inside show small areas of general wear, as well as a small patch of what looks like yellow varnish near the broken rim. There is also some white deposit in the reserved disk in the centre, and on one of the handles. The black glaze on the handles has been rubbed away in patches, as has the decoration on the main zone. There is more white deposit on the main zone, some of which runs in circles, showing the gradient of the material. There are cracks on the glaze around the top of the foot, below which are some denser patches of white deposit. This deposit is also evident on the base of the foot and inside it. 2003.16.0094.jpg
25.8.6 Incomplete, neck and mouth glued back on, most of foot still missing. Decoration glaze has become very worn. The rim of the mouth is chipped, and there is a large hole in one side of the shoulder. Most of the decoration on the body is missing, the band below it, very faded. Foot barely remains. 2011.98.0056.jpg
26.12.20 Missing handle, but we can see the remains of where it should have been. There are small chips on the rim of the neck, and the black has begun to rub away. At the base of the neck is a small amount of white deposit, which we can also see on the main zone. The main zone has been worn away in the middle and near one edge. There are small scratches and flaking decoration at the top of the foot. 2002.97.0329.jpg
26.12.24A-B The flat surface of the knob on the lid has a white deposit on it, which can also be found at the base of the stem, and around one side of the rim. Small cracks in the glaze are evident around the the base of the stem, and small scratches are clear around the surface of the rim. The very edge of the rim has some small chips in it. On the inside of the lid, there is one deep scratch, and a hole, as well as more of the same white deposit. The rim and inside of the main body has got more deposit on it, but this is a brighter white. The gloss also shows signs of wear with scratches and flakes in the surface. Near one handle, there is a chip on the rim. One handle is covered in a yellowish/white deposit. More pale white deposit can be found on the foot and on the black band above it. There are several small scratches and chips in the base of the foot. 2002.97.0337.jpg
26.12.7 Repaired from sixteen pieces, although missing a large fragment (6.0) from one side, including one handle. Decoration very worn. Fabric roughened on one side, where it is more orange than on the rest of the vessel. Interior blackened with dirt. 2003.58.0008.jpg
26.2.14 Handle zone shows break where handle joined it. 2003.45.0067.jpg
26.2.19 Underside has badly worn paint as it has flaked off, although traces of white can be seen. On the topside some of the paint has discoloured to brown. Paint has worn away from rim. 2003.45.0076.jpg
26.2.28 Painted bands on underside are wearing away considerably compared to the topside which has retained most of its colour apart from some white but it is now a little dull. Surfaces are all still smooth with no significant damage. 2003.45.0081.jpg
26.4.2 Complete but stuck back together from eight(?) seperate pieces. The glaze both inside and out is very worn, and the rim shows chipping and flaking. The inside of the pot is not completely smooth and there is a grey/white deposit, especially around the inner rim. Both of the handles have a lot of the same grey/white deposit on them, as well as big worn patches on the glaze. There is more deposit on the outside, especially around the foot. The surface outside is also in fairly bad condition, the surface revealing lots of small scratches and chips. The top of the foot has two significant chips in it but other than that it is in good condition, showing only small cracks running through the glaze in the well on the underneath of the foot. 2002.97.0264.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. 2003.19.0095.jpg
26.7.11 Intact. Beneath the handle, the top of the bell is not smooth, it appears to have been a hole, which has been stoppered with a ball of clay that remains connected and does not move. The lower black band on the main zone has been completely rubbed away on one side, revealing a darker brown clay. The entire surface shows small scratches, and some whitish deposit is evident, especially around the handle. The inside surface is rough, due to a lot of brown/grey deposit. 2002.97.0314.jpg
26.7.15 Intact. All over shows small areas of wear, on the main zone there are small chips around the base of the handles. Above the stem, on the top of the foot, and inside the handles, there is a small amount of white deposit, including one large patch (which looks like it could have been used to fix a hole). 2003.29.0099.jpg
27.4.2 Incomplete and repaired in seven pieces. The band on the rim, has mostly been rubbed away and on the inside there is a lot of greyish/white deposit. There are lots of small scratches all over the surface, including one long, deeper one at the base of the pot on the inside. On the outside, the glaze has also been rubbed away in patches, and on the leaves there are patches where it has come away in flakes. The foot is in pretty good condition, except for a white/cream deposit. 2003.17.0003.jpg
27.4.5 Intact. The rim, inside of the bowl and handles, all show evidence of wear, and there are considerable patches where all of the glaze has been removed. There are also small chips to be found on the handles, and on the inside of the rim. Where the glaze has been rubbed away, it has revealed a grey colour. There is also a thin crack running from the edge of the rim, to half way down the first black band. The well in the centre of the bowl is also slightly worn, to reveal a whitish grey colour, as well as a small crack running across the side. On the underside of the bowl, there is more evidence of general wear, including a chip just under the rim next to one of the handles. The bottom rim of the foot also reveals small chips, as well as a crack running across the middle. 2003.19.0007.jpg
27.4.6 Intact. Some of the glaze appears faded through use, with patches of wear around the top of the rim. Red/orange disk in the centre has big patches of wear in it that has rubbed away the colour. The handles contain small chips and one has a patch of brown deposit. The outside shows one or two small holes and small chips. The base shows small areas of grey deposit and small flakes have been knocked away through use. 2003.14.0094.jpg
28.6.6 Damage to one handle almost breaking the circle. Complete handle has deposits (perhaps from burial). Paint is very worn and in most places only staining remains. For such a fragile rim it is in excellent condition with no chips. 2003.02.0072.jpg
29.5.5 Complete but not intact it has been pieced back together. On the inside, there are small scratches on the surface and patches where the glaze has faded to red or even its reserved colour. The glaze has also faded on the handles, and the edge of the rim is chipped. There is evidence of a greyish/white deposit on the inside of the rim. On the outside, the decoration is much more worn and faded, and the surface has small chips and flakes. The resting surface of the foot is chipped and in the centre of the foot has been scratched the letters T and I. 2003.19.0005.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
33.4.1 Complete, but not intact. One handle and part of rim restored. Stuck back together from six/seven pieces. Decoration around rim and handles is worn in patches, with small chips in the surface. Small gaps where the pieces have been rejoined. A few scratches are evident in surface of main zone. Top of stem is rough to touch. Resting edge of foot has chips in it, inside the foot has some sandy deposit and a crack across the centre. Inside the body, the gloss looks silvery, with small scratches on it. 2002.97.0736.jpg
34.10.24 Complete but not intact. Top of left arm has broken off and been glued back on. Blue of cloak still faintly visible, but a lot of brown deposit is evident all over the figurine. The top of the head is covered with an even darker deposit, that also encases right shoulder and arm. The swan is also entirely covered by it. Inside the back of the figurine is a whitish deposit, and the surface is very rough, with scratches and air bubbles in it. 2002.97.0404.jpg
34.10.27 Much colour loss and erosion of relief makes it hard to see. Some small parts have crumbled away at the base. Dark deposits in small amounts all over. 2005.89.0041.jpg
34.2.1 Intact. There are four noticeable chips in the rim, as well as evidence of wear over the black surface. All over the Kylix are patches of wear and small scratches. The reserved disk in the centre has a lot of grey deposit on it, as does the inside of the rim. This deposit is also evident around the handles, and in small patches along the main zone. At the top of the stem, leading to the base, are lots of cracks and some flaking. There is a chip in the side of the foot, and the well in the base of the foot contains a lot of grey/white deposit. 2003.16.0010.jpg
34.8.14 Intact and complete. Much of the glaze remains but in areas where it has rubbed of the green pigment is also missing. The painted detail remains in good condition, the face detail however was not painted and has greatly worn away. It would also seem that the left arm has worn down since the pigment is missing and the arm seems stunted cvompared to its companion. There are several obvious cracks around the feet. 2007.99.0032.jpg
39.9.1 Mouth of jug appears to be missing its lip. Handle appears to have originally been black glazed, however now it is very worn. All decoration and figures on jug are quite worn. There is a large chip on the rim of the base, of the jug.
45.10.13 Thirteen fragments that belong to the same amphora. i Traces of white plaster (exterior) and adhesives (interior). ii) It has been burnt. iii) There are traces of adhesives and added white colour has fadded away. iv) Should be rejoined to xiii Traces of adhesives (interior). v) Should be rejoined to iv and ix. Adhesives inside. vi) Traces of adhesives. vii) Should be rejoined to ix. White plaster (exterior) and adhesives (interior). viii) Plaster on the exterior. ix) Should be rejoined to v, vii and x. Plaster (exterior) and adhesives (interior). Part of the slip has been peeled off and shallow bits have been pitted off. x) Should be rejoined to ix. Plaster on the exterior. xi) Plaster on the exterior. xii) Adhesives on the interior. xiii) Should be rejoined to iv. Plaster on the exterior. xiv) Plaster on the exterior, some scratches and few tiny bits that have been pitted off. xv) Plaster on the exterior.
45.10.22 There are only 18 fragments preserved from this vessel. These consist of parts of the rim, neck, shoulder and body. a: It is repaired from two fragments, rejoined. Part of the rim (the smallest part of two), neck (including the spring of a triple handle) and shoulder (these consist the second part of this fragment). The fragment is chipped off in many areas (rim: ca. 5 spots/ interior of neck: ca. 10 spots/ neck: ca. 4 spots. There are also gouges on the joining points of the two parts. The upper part (bigger part) of the handle is missing. Apart from tiny bits that have been peeled off from the interior and few deposits, the glaze and colour are preserved in a good condition. b: It consists of three rejoined parts from the vessel's neck. Few bits are missing on the joining point and a spot has even been chipped off, there are deposits and cracking of the colour on the interior, as well as another spot that has been chipped off. Three shallow carvings are also apparent. c: It consists of three parts joined together (two big ones and a small one). Deposits on the interior, three scratches on the exterior, tiny bits that have pitted off and spot that has chipped off from the lower left end. d: Part of the body, colour has fadded away in some spots, and a part has been peeled off. Deposits. e: Part of the body. Deposits but in very good condition, apart from two areas that are chipped off and small bits that are pitted off. f: Part of the body. Apart from deposits in a very good condition. g: Part of the body. Deposits, otherwise in a very good condition. h: Part of the body. Few, tiny bits have been peeled off, also few deposits. i: It consists of two parts of the body. ca. 5 bits have been pitted off and three spots are chipped off; deposits. j: Small fragment in very good condition. k: Small fragment from the body; deposits. l: Small fragment from the body; deposits. 2010.98.0172.jpg
45.10.5 Comprised of nine rejoined fragments and nine loose fragments, one of which shows the head and shoulders of a youth, badly damaged in fire. Five pieces were badly damaged when it was found in 1979 - more detailed in Ure inventory. Underside has been repainted. Exterior surface design is in remarkably good condition considering the damage done to the interior surface. Stem remains but the foot is completely missing. 2011.98.0041.jpg
45.10.9 Ten fragments that probably belong to the same vessel. a) Tiny bit of the vessel's lower neck, part of the shoulder and the spring of the handle, which is missing. There are scratches on the exterior and two bits that have been chipped off. Deposits and plaster? on the interior. (The rest of the fragments are from the vessel's body) b) Should be rejoined to c. White plaster on the exterior and traces of it on the interior. A small bit has been chipped off. c) Should be rejoined to b. White plaster on the exterior and traces f it on the interior d) Few deposits on both sides and a small bit that has been pitted off from the exterior. e) Few deposits on the interior and traces of white plaster. A tiny bit has been chipped off from the exterior. f) White plaster and deposits on the interior. Two bits have been chipped off from the exterior. g) The decoration appears as if it has been scraped off and there is a spot that has been chipped off from the exterior. h) A small spot has been chipped off. Deposits and traces of plaster on the interior. Added white colour has fadded away. i) There are adhesives on both sides and white plaster on the exterior. The decoration looks as if it has been scraped off, a tiny bit has been pitted off and a small spot has been chipped off. j) Traces of white plaster, especially on the interior. There is a small spot that has been pitted off.
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
45.6.48 Complete and intact, base reveals that it was roughly made. Deposits of dirt on the surface. 2006.20.0037.jpg
47.2.1 Most of vertical handle missing. White deposits on handle, where broken, and on interior. Gloss remains lustrous on the exterior but it is worn and rough on the interior. Small chip on the horizontal handle, scratches on the body. 2010.98.0273.jpg
47.2.11 Gloss of quite good quality, but at places it has lost its lustre; some gloss chipped off of rim and base. 2008.10.0010.jpg
47.2.7 Mended from a number of joining fragments. Small parts filled in with plaster (especially on left side. Gloss flaked off on part of the handle,rim and body. It is not lustrous. Towards the foot, thinly applied gloss that leaves parts of the clay to be seen. 2008.98.0404.jpg
47.6.2A-B About two thirds of the top rim of the lid are missing, while one third of its side surface has been reconstructed. The rest of the lid has been repaired through the joining of three fragments; the figural scene has faded. The body is almost intact, only a small bit has been chipped off from the rim, three tiny bits have been pitted off and a small part of it has been reconstructed. The rim of the base also has some pitted off parts. 2007.01.0019.jpg
48.2.1 Intact. The inside is covered in sandy/white deposit, which can also be found in the inside of the handles. The rim shows wear on the glaze and slight flaking. The main zones have small scratches on them, including deep scratches on three of the swans (could be intentional?). There is more deposit around the top of the foot and on the base of it. 2003.16.0005.jpg
50.4.10 Broken across bowl in transit from Leicester, and repaired. Gloss remains shiny and silvery. Bowl assembled form 2 fragments. On the exterior, it is not at parts lustrous, while at parts it is fired to dark brown. 2008.99.0771.jpg
50.4.11 Chip in rim partly repaired but some still missing. Glaze flakked off on rim, handles. Not applied carefully. Handle has been assembed by 2 pieces and part of it is missing.Depositions on the grrove just before the foot. 2010.98.0312.jpg
51.1.2 The vessel is reconstructed by many fragments and has been repaired (it has been conservated and parts of the shoulder and body have been filled in). Some bits of the colour have been peeled off (rim, handle, neck, body) and there are some small spots that are pitted off (rim, body). Lastly, there is a gouge under one of the side handles and another one on the central part of the base. 2010.98.0180.jpg
51.7.16 Comprised of many rejoined fragments, with restorations (large patches on side B and 3/4 of the foot is modern, as is the stem joining it to the base). A long crack extends through the rim and neck at the back. Chips on the handles and the rim. Gloss worn on rim, handles and foot. The gloss on parts of the figure decoration is mirroring. 2001.99.0160.jpg
52.3.4 Comprised of 40 or more pieces, rejoined, with some restroations, but missing handle and lugs on one side. Much repainting on handle, rim, and interior, but animal details are largely original. Complete apart from one of the handles. It has been reconstructed from many pieces and parts are modern fillings.The contours of the black bands inside are fired red. Badly restored. 2007.99.0153.jpg
56.8.3 Large chip on the rim. Glaze flaked off at parts of the interior, on the handles and the rim. Gloss is not lustrous and it is not well applied on the lower part of the body. 2004.03.0017.jpg
56.8.4 The vessel appears to be cracked in several places and the handle has been rejoined. It is also quite glossy. 2003.59.0004.jpg
56.8.7 Glaze flaked off the stem, base, undeside and the interior. It has been fired reddish brown. Remains of a label on underside. 2008.98.0308.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. 2002.97.0710.jpg
71.12.6 Large parts of bronze have broken away from the sides of the curved section. The most important aspect to note is the deterioration in colour to blue, green, black and brown. Only in a couple of areas does the true colour of the bronze show through. Deposits under the handle where it joins the body. Small hole to one side of the curved section. 2011.98.0027.jpg
73.9.6 Fragment. The front of the fragment has a few small scratches in it, as well as a patch of pinky/grey deposit at the top of the figure. To the right of the figure, the fragment has split in half, so only the back half remains. The back of the fragment has small scratches and a couple of chips in the surface of the glaze. 2002.97.0193.jpg
83.10.1 Quite badly worn. It has been glued back together using three fragments. There seems to be a fragment missing at the bottom of the statue, therefore the figurine is incomplete. Most of the features of the statue are badly worn. There are many soil deposits all over the figure. Inside the hollow figurine there appears to be some sort of plant. 2006.20.0913.jpg
E.2003.9.1 Base has a large chip in it resulting in a deep whole just above the base; large amounts of white and orange deposit all over the jar. 2002.98.0036.jpg
E.23.10 The actual pallete is covered with many small scratches, which, combined with the reside of pigments, have left it a light grey colour. There are chips missing from two corners of the base, one larger than the other, with two other chips in diagonal corners of the trapazoid. 2002.98.0109.jpg
E.23.14 One end is missing as it has been chipped. Some spots of discolouration on both sides. 2006.20.0111.jpg
E.23.19 Intact, Several chips in the lip. The body has large scars all around it removing large portions of the decoration. 2005.89.0081.jpg
E.23.38 Intact, it is clear from the top and bottom part of the artefact that it has been removed from a larger object, since they appear to be thinner than the rest of the object and therefore look like 'connectors' of some kind. There appears to be very little degradation of the wood. There are some remnants of a white pigment on the lower half. 2002.98.0077.jpg
E.23.43.2 Intact and copmplete, there are several impurities in the glaze, most notably a long line of black substance that appears to be stuck to the bead as it very raised from the surface.
E.23.44 Intact and complete. The blue glaze is quite worn in some areas, most notably at the top of the crown where it has toally worn away and reveals the original terracotta material. This is slightly true also around the ears. 2002.98.0994.jpg
E.23.47.1 Most of the beads have lost their original sheen and several of them have a brown deposit on them. Since there are very few details on any of the beads/amulets it is difficult to say if any have been lost. Several of the objects have lost some of their original colour but all remain intact and complete. 2002.98.0232.jpg
E.23.49.4 Intact although if there was a handle it is now gone. There appears to be some deposit on the non flat side. 2002.98.0142.jpg
E.23.5 Intact, if it did have ivory handle it is no longer there. There is a small amount of brown deposit around the edges of the artefact. 2008.08.0268.jpg
E.23.50 Intact and complete (although it was once presumably part of a necklace). 2002.98.0992.jpg
E.23.52 Intact and complete apart from chip off the corner of the base. Much of the glaze remains but in areas where it has rubbed of the green pigment is also missing. 2007.01.0117.jpg
E.23.59 Intact and complete although it is presumed that the necklace has been restrung. Most of the beads have lost their original glaze and have a slight brown deposit on them. 2008.08.0083.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.62.39 Intact, but a large chip is missing from the lip, approximately one quarter missing. There is a crack going from one side to the other, starting and terminating at the shoulder, it goes around the base. Very little deposit. 2002.98.0011.jpg
E.62.42 Single fragment intact and well preserved although it is unclear how much of the original object is preserved.
E.62.51 Intact. On the underside the wood is apparently water damaged and there is some rotting at the end of the cobra where it presumably once joined to the larger object (crown). There is a large crack on the underside near the very top head of the cobra. 2008.08.0066.jpg
E.63.13C Single fragment. The blue glaze is well preserved, and there is very little visible damage to the surface although it is quite rough to the touch. 2002.98.0954.jpg
E.63.24 Three chips on the lip. Several defects all around the artefact, one has been filled in. Only a few of the defects are deep enough to show the inside of the pot: it is circular patch of grey discoloration approximately two-thirds of the way down. 2006.20.0091.jpg
E.63.6 Intact and complete. The blue glaze is largely intact although where it has worn away the blue colour has also gone and there is only a light brown rough surface remaining. 2007.99.0065.jpg
E.65.10 Intact. Slight discolouration to bronze due to deterioration. Small surface scratches and deposits make surface appear slightly uneven although it feels smooth. 2007.01.0179.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.65.14 Intact but a fragment, the glaze is gone as has much of the colour, there is an obvious crack near the foot of the fragment and it is clear from both ends of the fragment it has been snapped off. 2002.98.0967.jpg
E.65.17 Intact and complete, There is very little detail remaining, so it may have been painted on. The glaze has rubbed off and there is a white deposit on the amulet on both sides. 2002.98.0948.jpg
E.65.6 Intact, although clearly not complete even though it is unclear what it once belonged to. There is however little degridation of the wood. 2002.98.0076.jpg
L.2011.1.13 Fragment. The lid is chipped and has sediment in it. 2011.97.0183.jpg
REDMG:1951.157.1 The red surfaces have eroded. Some black glaze has worn off at the back of the handle, where it is also slightly pitted; the underside bears some tan deposits.
REDMG:1953.25.23 Mouth missing. The surface has flaked away on much of the object, and it is pitted at the back; base and top of foot are chipped. 2005.99.0080.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.45 Glaze retains lustre except where it is pitted and has eroded, on the interior and on one exterior side. White deposits around one handle and on the exterior.
REDMG:1953.25.46 Part of the rim, above one handle, has been rejoined. Glaze retains lustre except where it is pitted and has eroded, on the interior and around handles; glaze eroded from decoration on underside. White deposits around one handle and on the exterior 2004.99.0629.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
REDMG:1953.25.98 Fragment broken off from a larger item. There is a large amount of white pigment remaining on the suface; this suggests that it was originally white in colour. The nose is quite short, perhaps because it has been worn down. 2003.93.0167.jpg
REDMG:1964.1159.1 Horse is broken in several places. Difficult to tell if tail has been broken or whether it ever existed. One front and one back leg missing. Head of horse also absent. Painted bands badly worn. White deposits on back of horse. 2003.93.0138.jpg
REDMG:1964.1705.1 Most of the rim is missing and there is a crack along the neck of the vase. It is pitted in several places. 2008.99.0182.jpg
REDMG:1964.1710.1 Body undamaged but handle is missing leaving protrusions where it was attached. Deposits inside and out. There are faint fingerprints on the body. 2008.99.0252.jpg
TEMP.2002.7.1 Intact. The rim suffers from several chips, one in particular quite large, opposite one of the handles. There is also evidence of wear on the glaze, as there is on the inside of the bowl. On the band inside the bowl can be found three deeper scratches, as well as the occasional small hole. The handles of the bowl also reveal small chips on their glaze, as well as small scratches. The band which leads down to and envelops the top of the foot, contains small scratches, and where it meets the foot are lots of small cracks in the glaze. There is also some yellowy/grey deposit, which we can also see on the base of the foot. The base is chipped slightly in places and there are small scratches in the glazed bands. 2002.97.0223.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.2003.6.10 Three fragments of the same vessel's base. It appears that the body has mostly been scraped off around the joining point at the upper parts of the fragments, apart from a bit on b and two bits on c. a) There are adhesives on the interior and few spots have been chipped off. There are three tiny spots on the interior and a spot on the central part of the base, where there are also three cracks. b) Two tiny bits have been chipped off from the interior and a spot looks flaked off from the inner side surface of the foot. There are also traces of adhesives. c) Four very small parts have been chipped off from the interior. There are also traces of adhesives, especially on the interior, as well as two cracks on the central part of the base. 2006.20.0670.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.3 Two fragments probably from the same vessel. (a) Many spots have been pitted off and there are remains of adhesives after some form of restoration. (b) A thick layer of white plaster (after some form of restoration) has been peeled off from some areas and it is cracked, deposits, remains of adhesives and accumulation of residue, especially on the interior.
TEMP.2003.6.6 a) Should be rejoined to b. It consists of part of the rim, one handle (the other one is missing) and body of the vessel. Small bits have been pitted off, as well as parts of the colour on some areas. The glaze also seems to be scraped off, apart from the surfaces decorated with palmettes. There are traces of white plaster (on the exterior), especially at the upper part of the handle's springs. b) Should be rejoined to a and c. Part of the rim and body of the vessel. The area above the decoration on the body seems scraped off. c) Should be rejoined to b. It consists of part of the rim, one of the springs of the other handle (that is missing) and part of the vessel's body. White plaster is apparent on most of the external surface. Traces of adhesives? exist on the internal surface of the rim d) Part of the rim and body of the vessel. Adhesives on the rim (interior and exterior). e) Part of the vessel's lower body. Tiny bits have been pitted off from both sides and colour has fadded away on some areas. f) Part of the vessel's resting surface. The foot is missing and there are adhesives and white plaster on the joining point of the foot with the base. 2006.20.0464.jpg
TEMP.2003.6.8 Seven fragments that belong to the same vessel. There is white plaster on both sides of each fragment. b) Adhesives on the exterior. The black gloss has been peeled off at some areas. e) Adhesives, especially on the external left side of the fragment. f) Small bits have been pitted off, and a shallow scratch on the lowest part of the body and a cracking on the central part of the resting surface. g) Looks like it has been flaked off from the vessel.
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
TEMP.2007.2.33 Fragment of a rim; Has pink plaster attached to it with decoration on, suggesting previous restoration work 2007.10.0015.jpg
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