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There are 38 objects for which Condition contains → little
11.10.14 Intact. Surface shows little sign of wear, except for small areas of pinky deposit inside handles and at the top of the foot. 2003.29.0096.jpg
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
14.9.115 Fragment. The surface feels very smooth, but the back is slightly uneven. There is a long crack running down one shoulder and at the edge of the hairline. Little areas of greyish deposit running through contours of body. Once thought to join Reading 14.9.114. 2002.97.0411.jpg
14.9.16 Small dots of deposit on the white slip and also on the fracture edges. The interior red colour appears a little streaky, but this was probably since production. 2007.03.1282.jpg
14.9.75 Intact, paint faded a little. 2013.04.0007.jpg
14.9.78 Intact, two fragments glued together, few surface chips, little fading of paint. 2003.46.0069.jpg
2003.7.15 Intact, paint shows little signs of fading, no chips or scratches. 2007.03.1222.jpg
2003.7.22 Intact, paint has faded a little on the exterior. 2007.03.1220.jpg
22.9.8 Intact. In good condition, surface shows little sign of wear except tiny cracks in gloss, and a scratch on the horses back, near hind. Small areas of white deposit on back right horses leg/tail, neck and front right leg and top of riders head. 2007.02.0012.jpg
25.8.2 Stands unevenly. Paint is good condition and picture is clear. Rim is a little damaged and one section of the wall has been repaired. 2003.97.0771.jpg
26.2.28 Painted bands on underside are wearing away considerably compared to the topside which has retained most of its colour apart from some white but it is now a little dull. Surfaces are all still smooth with no significant damage. 2003.45.0081.jpg
26.7.10 Incomplete. Apart from the head missing, there is little damage. There are small holes and scratches on the surface, front and back. The white slip has almost completely worn away, evident now only in small areas. 2004.95.0035.jpg
26.7.14 Fragment. The gloss on the rim of the fragment is a little worn and the surface on both sides shows small scratches. On the handle, there are a couple of flakes missing, and a small hole, possibly from an air bubble. The gloss on the inside is much more worn, with big flakes missing, with a couple of substantially longer scratches. There is also a yellow/grey deposit all over the inside of the fragment. 2003.17.0012.jpg
29.11.11 Incomplete. The sides of the mask have broken away, and the slip is covered in patches of grey/brown deposit. Detail of the face are still evident, but the nose shows areas of wear on the tip. The inside is a pinkish colour, with little evidence of deposit, though the surface feels rough to touch. 2002.97.0421.jpg
30.11.1 Complete but not intact. The top of the mouth has some small chips in it and a small crack inside the mouth. The rim is worn, leaving only a little cross-hatching still evident. At the top and bottom of the handle, is revealed where it has been stuck back together again. There is white deposit on the handle. The surface of the body shows little scratches and wear on the glaze. On the base is a small patch of greyish deposit. 2016.99.0214.jpg
44.1.2 Half of foot disk is missing. White paint has faded a little on shoulder. Glaze remains. 2003.11.0097.jpg
47.7.2 Almost intact apart from a chip to the mouth; slightly chips on the surface, and worn on the top of the handle and the mouth. Animals remain clear and the gloss is shiny apart from around base which is a little streaky. 2003.24.0002.jpg
49.1.2 Intact, with only slight chips on the base. The design remains very clear and the glaze is shiny and complete. Only the white paint has suffered a little. There are deposits inside the rim. 2013.99.0040.jpg
49.4.1 The mouth is a little chipped and the neck has been repaired. There are bits missing from the shoulder, too. The largest part of the white bands has worn away, as has some of the paint on the foot. There are white and gritty deposits in the mouth and under the handle. The glaze below the meander is streaky. There is also colour loss on the back of the body but this appears to be due to firing. 2005.88.0081.jpg
51.4.7 Comprised of two fragments joining. Colour and incised detail remain clear. Glaze still a little shiny on interior but not so much on exterior surface. 2003.97.0864.jpg
E.23.38 Intact, it is clear from the top and bottom part of the artefact that it has been removed from a larger object, since they appear to be thinner than the rest of the object and therefore look like 'connectors' of some kind. There appears to be very little degradation of the wood. There are some remnants of a white pigment on the lower half. 2002.98.0077.jpg
E.62.12 Intact and complete. Very little glaze has been removed but some brown deposit can be found on the underside and in the holes over all parts. 2008.08.0054.jpg
E.62.39 Intact, but a large chip is missing from the lip, approximately one quarter missing. There is a crack going from one side to the other, starting and terminating at the shoulder, it goes around the base. Very little deposit. 2002.98.0011.jpg
E.62.48 Intact if only a fragment. The glyphs are still very clear, except one of the right hand side, the fourt glyph down, that has been rubbed away. There is also a white deposit at the bottom of the object on the right. Overall there has been very little degredation of the wood. 2007.01.0070.jpg
E.62.54 Not whole, stuck back together from two pieces, resulting in a large crack. The lip is also stuck back together from three pieces. Little or no deposit. 2002.98.0071.jpg
E.62.60 Intact. No major chips or dents (except one dent near the base which is a result of bad workmanship or is designed to allow the pot), very little deposit. The decoration is still very clear. 2002.98.0027.jpg
E.63.13C Single fragment. The blue glaze is well preserved, and there is very little visible damage to the surface although it is quite rough to the touch. 2002.98.0954.jpg
E.63.16 Intact and complete. Very little glaze has been removed but some brown deposit can be found on the underside detail and more so on the right legs of the beetle. 2002.98.0930.jpg
E.63.2 Intact and complete, inspite of the fact that the surface remains smooth much of the blue pigment is gone and the artefact is now mostly brown. There is very little loss of the carved details. 2002.98.0947.jpg
E.65.17 Intact and complete, There is very little detail remaining, so it may have been painted on. The glaze has rubbed off and there is a white deposit on the amulet on both sides. 2002.98.0948.jpg
E.65.6 Intact, although clearly not complete even though it is unclear what it once belonged to. There is however little degridation of the wood. 2002.98.0076.jpg
L.2011.1.45 Faded a little worn 2011.97.0069.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.2 Complete and intact. The amphora is in good condition, showing little signs of wear, as the glaze has flaked in little patches. There is one small chip on the rim and a few around the foot. There is a little bit of greyish deposit around the top of the foot and the rim of the mouth. On the resting surface of the foot is a small amount of brown deposit. DSCN0192.jpg
REDMG:1951.149.1 Rim cracked and repaired but still with a piece missing. Handle has also been repaired. Deposits inside and a little on base. 2005.89.0056.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.106 Colours remain vibrant and in blocks. The design has remained clear. The drawing of the animal has worn a little but is still visible. 2003.93.0140.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.56 Intact. Base is a little unstable due to minor chips. Small traces of deposits. Slight scratches but is very good condition on the hole. 2003.93.0128.jpg
TEMP.2003.7.57 Large chip at one point. Same side covered in white deposits. Other side scratched and with little white deposits. 2006.20.0708.jpg
TEMP.2003.7.61 One side covered in white deposits, with patches of terracotta showing through. Other side there is a little bit of white deposit and a chip.
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