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There are 13 objects for which Condition contains → join
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
2008.7.14 Fragment broken at body join badly worn glaze and numerous scratches
2008.7.15 Fragment broken cross base and around body join, glaze worn and chipped
2008.9.18 Fragment in 2 halves, glued back together with join vertically down centre. Decoration is very faded.
25.6.7 Fragment at top join of handle restored. Some deposits on underside of handle. 2006.20.0538.jpg
25.8.7 Complete but not intact. Can see the join on the inside of the figurine. Lots of flaking on the surface of the figurine, and evidence of white deposit around the face and feet, as well as down the side of the left leg. 2002.97.0399.jpg
26.7.7 Comprised of two rejoined pieces; join still visible across the back and belly, crack running from right ear to join. Body covered by white and grey depoit, feet are brown and shiny. 2011.98.0121.jpg
27.10.1 Restored false neck and rejoined spout (with added clay around the join to the body), but otherwise intact. Black bands faded in places. Minor chips and scratches on the body and shoulder. The side with the spout has a crazed look (?). 2004.95.0051.jpg
28.9.1 Large fragment missing from figured panel, and many also from plain black parts. Much repainting and restoration. At least one handle and the foot are alien. Handles do not make direct join. 2003.44.0002.jpg
70.3.3 Half of one handle broken and missing. Decoration worn (and missing entirely in patches where a ghost can be seen). Whitish gray deposits on interior and on preserved handle, as well as around the base (at join with body and on underside). 2008.98.0449.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.10 Intact. Part of one handle coming away at join. Badly eroded inside and towards top on the outer surface.
REDMG:1951.134.1 Missing one handle; join with body shows signs of a previous restoration. Surface dulled, especially on interior; some loss of glaze, especially around the foot, where only the ruddled patches remain; cracked just above foot. 2004.99.0768.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
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