Ure Museum Database

There are 16 objects for which Condition contains → lines
14.9.22 Creamy coloured deposits on edges. Dark spots of deposit on top surface. Red lines are irregular. 2007.03.1266.jpg
2003.6.18 Single fragment, slightly worn, although black pattern and lines on the fragment are still clearly visible. 2007.03.1219.jpg
2003.7.77 Fragment. Surface is pitted and scratched. Incrustations, e.g., on the two lines in reserve. 2006.20.0556.jpg
2007.4.5 Fragment, painted lines still visible. Fragment is slightly worn. 2007.03.0749.jpg
2008.7.131 Fragment, chipped at edge. There are some small chips to the wash. There are some small intersecting lines hand-drawn in pencil on interior.
2008.7.137 Fragment, chipped at edges. Most of the etched lines on the exterior have been worn away.
2008.7.3 Fragment broken on two sides with worn area over parallel lines and chipped glaze
2008.7.74 Fragment broken on six sides; interior: black overpaint slightly worn at edges of fragment; interior: chips to the end of the fragment with the vertical curvature and both lines of black overpaint
37.7.2 Intact but base of handle coming away slightly from the shoulder. Good condition design of siren and clearly incised lines. Some areas of red on handle ande below, possibly where darker paint has worn away. Some chips to underside of the mouth. 2003.05.0002.jpg
47.10.1 Faded paint on mouth rim. Incision lines remain clear. Intact. Crack in base of handle. 2003.98.0206.jpg
50.12.43 Single fragment. The lines at the bottom of the circle are more faded, the thicker paint at the centre is less faded but has been chipped. 2003.98.0111.jpg
50.12.49 Brown lines faded in places 2003.98.0125.jpg
79.1.8 Complete, decoration very worn, filling hole is irregular; this may be due to it's production. Nozzle tip is blackened; probably from usage. nozzle end is scored with many lines. White deposit in places. 2005.01.0029.jpg
E.62.8 Intact and the surface remains smooth although discoloured to red, green, yellow, black, brown and orange. There is still lustre on the surface and the incised lines are still clear except for the two on the outer surface. Two small holes have formed in the folded over rim. 2005.88.0070.jpg
E.63.13D Single fragment. The blue glaze is well preserved. There are several very shallow scratches on the surface and one large chip missing from the lower of the sculpted lines. 2002.98.0098.jpg
L.2011.1.49 fragmentary, coated in a grey sediment, with lines indented on the top 2011.97.0382.jpg
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