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There are 18 objects for which Condition contains → joins
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
25.8.1 Much repaired and restored and some re-painting at joins. Surface is very soft and dusty. Paint is nearly compleetly worn off from mouth and foot. Design is still distinguishable. 2003.97.0874.jpg
26.12.10 Complete but repaired from fragments, repainting at joins. Plentiful modern incisions. Colours remain apart from the white of the women's flesh. 2011.03.0006.jpg
26.12.15 Repaired from many fragments and joins have been painted. Design on the outer surface remains clear and the glaze is still shiny. 2005.89.0017.jpg
26.2.1 Single fragment, but joins London, British Museum B 100 and B 601.26 (see Williams) 2005.88.0008.jpg
38.4.9 Comprised of six rejoined pieces, slightly chipped between joins (especially on handles). Some parts of surface flaked off, especially on white decoration. Slight white deposit on interior and exterior of bowl and top of stop. 2003.29.0094.jpg
50.4.25 Complete, but with nozzle glued back on with B72 glue. A few cracks on the discus, wash wearing in places. Small hole where spout joins discus. 2001.99.0018.jpg
50.4.8 Complete but repaired where top of handle joins neck. Rim chipped and some lime deposits on underside. 2003.97.0814.jpg
51.7.11 Repaired in numerous places, with metal hooks at the lower joins; repainted on the lower body. Chipped slightly on the rim and foot. 2010.99.0139.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
E.62.38 Very large chip out of the lip, crack going from edge of that crack, to and along base and then back up the other side of the vase. Another crack joins this crack together along the shoulder. The crack can be seen on the inside of the pot. 2002.98.0014.jpg
REDMG:1934.26.1 Comprised of ten or more rejoined fragments, missing only slight chips from the joins; stained, with iridescence on interior and exterior surfaces and adhesions, especially on the base. 2004.99.0896.jpg
REDMG:1951.113.3 Comprised of 10 or more rejoined pieces, missing slight chips from joins; slight yellowish-white deposit on interior of one hande; lower body slightly eroded on right side; underside slightly scratched.
REDMG:1951.133.1 Comprised of ca. 10 rejoined fragments, missing half of one handle and two small rim chips, as well as some small fragments around the joins.
REDMG:1951.159.1 Mouth missing, broken off at the top of the neck, where the joins to handles and body are cracked and scratched. The lower part of the amphora has been restored, using wood (for the foot) and plaster (still visible on the interior and around the joint between handles and neck). Some pitting on body, surface abrasion on stem. 2005.89.0030.jpg
REDMG:1964.1645.1 Paint has been very badly eroded. Deposits have built up around area where handle joins body. 2006.20.0508.jpg
REDMG:2004.96.1 Comprised of 20 or more rejoined fragments, with some plaster additions (overpainted) at handle joins. Parts of the black glaze pitted on the interior; surface scratched and worn, especially on rim; grayish-white deposits and dark brown stains on interior. 2004.99.0960.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
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