Ure Museum Database

There are 11 objects for which Condition contains → line
14.9.119 Poor, cracked in two places, along right side of the hair line continuing across face and horizontally upwards, into head. 2003.98.0183.jpg
14.9.19 Small spots of deposit on both sides. Red paint on outer surface fading in one area and all red line on interior surface fading. 2007.03.1283.jpg
2008.7.125 Rim of spout partly chipped; only remnants of body of pot on one side directly under tip of spout; exterior: "I" written in pen on spout; "[Theta symbol]30[Gamma symbol]320-280" written in pen above break line of spout and body of pot
2008.7.154 Fragment, sides and faces chipped. Three large holes in a diagonal line towards one corner.
23.11.31UU Two fragments connected at the waistline. The upper torso fragment is missing the head, and the left arm is broken off at the elbow at a point which seems to continue the fracture line. The lower, skirt fragment is missing the feet. 2005.06.0132.jpg
64.7.1 One handle and the attached part of the rim are missing. The black colour misfired to red in certain places (e.g. at the handle and at the external side of the rim, underside of the foot, tongues, below the tongues, where the thin line is now reddish-yellow). There are deposits on the exterior of the body and the underside of the foot. Small chips to the rim. 2003.57.0002.jpg
74.7.3 Small chip on rim, where gloss is worn; Good quality black gloss; Gloss flaked off rim and around the ring of the foot; white deposits on inside and on handle. Red misfired line around the ring of the foot probably caused during the firing in the kiln. 2002.97.0556.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.23.61 Intact and complete. The only detail missing is the curl from the end of the line originating from the underside of the eye. The glaze has totally rubbed away. 2002.98.0217.jpg
E.62.16 Intact and complete. Some of the black pigment has gone and several edges have slight scratches. The most significant damage is a scratch on the side with twelve dots that goes from one side in a straight line to the other. 2002.98.0256.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
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