Ure Museum Database

There are 6 objects for which Condition contains → leading
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
68.12.2 Intact and complete except for two chips on the rim. The top of the knob has a crack across the middle, leading to a hole in the deeper recess. The surface is worn, with cracks to the glaze surrounding the attachment of the knob and white deposits throughout the decoration. Yellow deposits on the underside of the lid, just outside the flange. 2002.97.0272.jpg
E.23.43.7 Intact, but there is a large chip missing from one of the ends. Also the glaze is highly worn leading to a rough surphace.
E.23.43.8 Intact, the glaze is worn in some ares leading to the blue colouring being partially worn away
E.23.43.9 Intact, the glaze has worn away leading to some loss of the blue colour. 2008.08.0187.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.13 Intact and complete, save for one medium chip on the rim. Surface very slightly pitted leading to lighter colours showing through black areas. 2005.89.0090.jpg
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