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There are 11 objects for which Condition contains → made
2007.4.196 Fragment; made of two fragments glued together
2008.7.130 Dirty and badly scratched. Piece of wood stuck through the handle-possibly there when made, but unclear. In at an angle, where fragment is broken the hole is smaller.
22.9.3 Black faded and covered in white deposit. Complete but not intact, body made of six fragments joined together. 4cm crack along rim as well as smaller chips. Also chips on base and handles. 2003.29.0001.jpg
25.8.5 Complete but made up of seven seperate pices stuck back together. The handle has several chips, on the middle and lower tiers. The tip of the highest tier has also been chipped, and all over the handle, the gloss shows evidence of wear, with tiny cracks and scratches. The top of the lid shows a few small flakes and chips, mainly on the decoration, and eratically over the surface, there is brown/grey deposit. The inside of the lid is reserved but still shows patches of dirt and a small amount of grey/white deposit around the rim. 2002.97.0271.jpg
33.4.2 Complete but not intact. Rim of foot made up with plaster. Decoration worn in places, small holes and scratches all over surface. Lower bands on foot half missing because of restoration with modern materials, as is one handle. 2003.58.0012.jpg
45.6.48 Complete and intact, base reveals that it was roughly made. Deposits of dirt on the surface. 2006.20.0037.jpg
45.6.65 Broken in half, roughly made and with chips along rim edge. 2006.20.0036.jpg
49.8.9 Intact, except for tiny chips on the rim and three small gouges on the lower body. The vessel's condition is very good, as the paint is not worn and the glaze remains. There is a dent in the body but this was made during production. Only slight wearing of the purple dots but not so as they become indistinguishable.
E.62.29 Complete, but made of two pieces stuck back together. Several chips in the lip. 2002.98.0017.jpg
L.2011.1.25 Chipped and scored all over especially on one face, covered in brown sediment and possibly made out of (granite?) 2011.97.0142.jpg
TEMP.2002.9.16 Nose is missing (as it probably is from the original). Hair is uneven as parts of the cast are missing from one side. Cast is placed on a black stand, also made of plaster.
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