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There are 4 objects for which Condition contains → marred
29.5.2 The rim next to one handle has a small area of sandy deposit and shows where the glaze has been slightly rubbed away. On the rim near the other handle is a larger amount of a more whitish deposit, which is also on the inside of the pot. The glaze on the handles is marred by large amounts of greyish/green deposit, which also covers a large amount of the glaze lower down the body and on the base of the foot. On the main zone on side A, there is a whiter deposit. On side B, at the foot of Pegasus, there is a deep scratch. In the base of the foot, there is a crack down one side of the well. 2003.16.0008.jpg
49.12.1 Intact and complete. The surface is marred with scratches, gray deposits, especially in the bowl, under the handle, and on the foot; and slight chips, especially to the foot. 2008.98.0387.jpg
61.6.5 Lid: complete and intact, with slight chips to rim; surface inside and out marred with small white deposits, dark stains, and scratches and chips. One-handler: intact and complete except for a chip missing from the lower part of the exterior body, just to the right of the handle. Black-glaze pitted and scratched on interior, with slight white deposits. 2002.97.0677.jpg
REDMG:1935.87.35 Incomplete. Only head remains, no body. Lots of detail on both face and head, but both are marred by whitish deposit. Detail at tip of the head has broken off.
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