Ure Museum Database

There are 11 objects for which Condition contains → long
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
2008.7.120 Fragment, chipped at edges. Long scratches on exterior wash. Wash chipped on interior.
27.4.2 Incomplete and repaired in seven pieces. The band on the rim, has mostly been rubbed away and on the inside there is a lot of greyish/white deposit. There are lots of small scratches all over the surface, including one long, deeper one at the base of the pot on the inside. On the outside, the glaze has also been rubbed away in patches, and on the leaves there are patches where it has come away in flakes. The foot is in pretty good condition, except for a white/cream deposit. 2003.17.0003.jpg
34.10.22 Incomplete. Back broken away - had long rectangular opening. Scratches evident all over surface, and white deposit at top of head and down left arm. 2002.97.0377.jpg
46.9.2 Base has been reattached, has holes, and is chiped along the resting surface. One fragment is missing and there are large cracks in the body. Chips along the rim with one major chip which is 8.0 cm long. 2003.19.0003.jpg
51.7.16 Comprised of many rejoined fragments, with restorations (large patches on side B and 3/4 of the foot is modern, as is the stem joining it to the base). A long crack extends through the rim and neck at the back. Chips on the handles and the rim. Gloss worn on rim, handles and foot. The gloss on parts of the figure decoration is mirroring. 2001.99.0160.jpg
78.12.21 Intact, upper right half of nozzle is missing, long hairline crack reaching down into the centre of the base from ths damage. Signs of use visible on nozzle. Fracture around the edge of the discus continuing along the nozzle to the wick hole. Brownish red wash is worn, large amount of white-grey deposit 2008.01.0038.jpg
E.23.42.1-4 One of the long beads has a damaged surface where glaze has cracked, giving a whitish appearance.
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.62.28 Intact and complete. There is one long chip missing from the lip. 2005.89.0014.jpg
L.2016.3.17 Intact, no discernible damage. Minimal white deposits around the ending edge (of the long sides).
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