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There are 8 objects for which Condition contains → mainly
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
67.6.3 Dark deposits which look similar to mould on front mainly left hand side. Small hole below her right shoulder on the body. Features and clothing remain distinguishable. 2004.95.0067.jpg
78.12.15 Intact, chip on the base, underside of the nozzle and at the wick hole, small amount of chipping on the surface of the discus. Wash becoming worn in places, small amount of white deposit, mainly on the underside and on the interior. 2008.99.0794.jpg
78.12.9 Intact. Handle completely missing, left side of the nozzle is missing. Wash is worn and chipped in places, large amount of white-grey deposit mainly on the base and the interior, blocking air hole. 2005.01.0115.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.77 Both nozzles mainly missing, handle missing. Left hand nozzle volute has been restored, small hole from missing fragment, from this hole are radiating hairline fractures to the base. glaze is worn in places, large amount of deposit covering the entirety of the interior and the back portion of the exterior as well as other areas. 2005.01.0270.jpg
TEMP.2007.3.60 very well preserved; edges slightly worn; chips around the edge but mainly complete 2007.99.0187.jpg
TEMP.2007.3.61 red in colour, but well preserved; only worn around edges; 2 small dents on edge but mainly complete 2008.02.0020.jpg
TEMP.2007.3.75 red and green weathering discolouration; images quite worn; 2 small dents on edge but mainly complete 2008.02.0080.jpg
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