Ure Museum Database

There are 14 objects for which Condition contains → joined
14.9.21 Joined unevenly due to erosion of the edges. Small spots of dark deposit on exterior surface. Surface damage to underside where paint has been rubbed away. 2007.03.1279.jpg
14.9.56 Eight joined fragments, with two sections of restored pattern. Black paint fading to red inplaces. Free from deposit. 2003.01.0081.jpg
22.9.3 Black faded and covered in white deposit. Complete but not intact, body made of six fragments joined together. 4cm crack along rim as well as smaller chips. Also chips on base and handles. 2003.29.0001.jpg
26.2.14 Handle zone shows break where handle joined it. 2003.45.0067.jpg
26.2.15 Outside, break where handle joined just visible at right. 2003.45.0059.jpg
26.7.2 The vessel consists of two pieces and is repaired. The stem and part of the body are joined together. There are five bits missing from the rim and upper body, as well as bits from the joining parts, where there is also a gouge. In few spots the colour has been peeled off (body of bull, handles). 2003.09.0004.jpg
35.5.11 Two fragments that are not joined 2003.21.0082.jpg
35.5.30-33 Fragments; 4 consisting of two joined, 5 consisting of three. 2004.10.0096.jpg
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. 2008.98.0366.jpg
47.2.14 Intact. One handle missing, other handle in three pieces and glued back together. One one side three pieces joined together. Small chips around rim and scratches to the surface. Terracotta itself very fine. 2010.98.0207.jpg
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. 2008.08.0279.jpg
REDMG:1951.148 Modern wooden foot, joined rougly at the top of the stem. Chipped at the back and on handles; rim scratched; surface stained greyish-brown. Added colours faded and chipped. 2003.93.0269.jpg
REDMG:2004.97.1 Comprised of 30 or more fragments, rejoined and with some plaster restorations; body is joined to stem with a new (rusted) screw. Evidence of modern breaks (on plaster joins). Thick dark grey adhesions on base. Iridescence and other slight deposits on interior. 2004.99.0889.jpg
TEMP.2003.8.1 Pattern is worn on both parts. (a) black of decoration almost completely faded, chipped throughout. (b) decoration not quite as worn as on the other part of the rim, joined in three places.
The Ure Museum is part of
The University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 217, Reading, RG6 6AH