Ure Museum Database

There are 10 objects for which Condition contains → major
14.9.15 Major deposits on interior surface and some encroaching onto outer surface too.
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
48.5.2 Major repair work done on one side and to neck consisting of nine pieces. Large chip to foot. Small chips to body. On most part of the figure decoration, handles, foot and mouth, black is fired to brownish. The gloss has flaked off from part of the figures, mouth and neck. White deposits around the mouth. 2010.98.0078.jpg
50.5.1 Badly fired leaving traces of red, especialy around lower body. Intact despite dents and scratches to body and handle. Only traces of the white design remain. Major grey/white deposit build up on base and interior. Gloss is quite lustrous. 2006.20.0092.jpg
74.7.2 Intact. Some chips to the rim at one side. Major deposits on base. 2007.03.1292.jpg
E.23.36 Intact and complete, minor chips to lip, one crack shown on inner and outer although not major. 2005.88.0069.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. 2002.98.0028.jpg
E.63.1 Fragmentary but intact. There are no major cracks, but there is a large amount of muddy deposit all over the artefact. 2002.98.0163.jpg
E.65.11 Intact. Small area of polished metal showing through on rectangular extension but not reflective. Major discolouration and deterioration to the surface of both sides. Small surface scratches. Does not sit flat so the object must be slightly bent. 2008.08.0017.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.32 Intact. The glaze has lost its lustre and the red paint is dull. The glaze is also streaky around the foot. There is a major build-up of deposits in the base and in the interior of the rim. There is a gouge on the lower body. 2005.89.0042.jpg
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