Ure Museum Database

There are 12 objects for which Condition contains → loss
14.9.72 Some loss of paint on outer surface. Some surface damage to underside probably caused at time of fracture. 2003.46.0072.jpg
34.10.27 Much colour loss and erosion of relief makes it hard to see. Some small parts have crumbled away at the base. Dark deposits in small amounts all over. 2005.89.0041.jpg
44.1.1 Intact (tiny bits have chipped off from the rim). There is large loss of paint on the whole of the vessel (parts of the top surface, as well as the greater part of the lion design is lost, as paint has worn away). 2003.06.0006.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
51.7.7 Complete but part of the rim has been repaired and reattached. Areas of colour loss on the piece particularly around side B. 2003.93.0234.jpg
56.8.1 Intact. Very small chips on the rim. Extensive areas of colour loss mostly around the handle and body of the piece. 2003.97.0945.jpg
E.23.43.9 Intact, the glaze has worn away leading to some loss of the blue colour. 2008.08.0187.jpg
E.63.12 Intact and complete. Although much of the glaze is gone there is no loss of detail nor any deposit. 2008.08.0207.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.65.15 Intact if fragmentary, no colour is lost although the surface is rough in some areas suggesting a loss in glaze, one end displays characteristics of having been snapped of a larger object. 2002.98.0969.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.33 Complete and intact. One chip underneath the rim. Areas of colour loss can be found around the rim, handles and the main body of the krater. Part of the foot and has a layer of deposit. 2004.07.0003.jpg
REDMG:1951.134.1 Missing one handle; join with body shows signs of a previous restoration. Surface dulled, especially on interior; some loss of glaze, especially around the foot, where only the ruddled patches remain; cracked just above foot. 2004.99.0768.jpg
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