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There are 11 objects for which Condition contains → may
13.10.39 Part of hind-quarters broken off, with left hind leg missing. May have carried rider, although now lost. 2008.99.0161.jpg
13.10.5 Single fragment, missing parts possibly at both ends. Heavily corroded, with greyish-brown incrustations, with greenish tinge at thicker edge. The fragment is curved on the flatter section (where it may have been attached. 2008.09.0013.jpg
35.5.15-19 Six fragments, which may not all be from the same cup 2003.21.0096.jpg
47.2.21 Intact; string not original, and therefore striking ball may not be original. Surface worn, with medium-brown deposits. 2010.99.0080.jpg
58.2.4 Intact apart from a section of the spur which seems to have broken off. There is a deep crack on the inner side of the handle at the bottom. Also a dent in the body by the base of the handle, and the base is misshapen, both of which may have been done before firing (?). In a few areas the paint has been worn, and there are minor chips. 2003.92.0082.jpg
73.9.8 Two fragments. (a)The glaze on the rim and the inside of the fragment shows a few small scratches. On the rim and the outside of the fragment there are a few small areas of milky/white deposit. The black blob reveals an area which may have been the base of a handle. The colour of the clay inside here, is a more pink colour. Like the first fragment, fragment (b) shows evidence of small scratches on the glaze, both inside and out, but seems in fairly good condition, with no evidence of deposit. 2002.97.0185.jpg
79.1.8 Complete, decoration very worn, filling hole is irregular; this may be due to it's production. Nozzle tip is blackened; probably from usage. nozzle end is scored with many lines. White deposit in places. 2005.01.0029.jpg
E.63.8 Intact, much of the blue glaze survives although what detail may have existed is now rubbed off and only basic detail now survives. There is a small amount of brown deposit on the flat underside. 2011.03.0030.jpg
E.65.17 Intact and complete, There is very little detail remaining, so it may have been painted on. The glaze has rubbed off and there is a white deposit on the amulet on both sides. 2002.98.0948.jpg
REDMG:1964.1614.1 Nozzle tip missing, wash and decoration are both worn. Small amount of deposit all over, blackening around the wick hole may have been produced though use. 2005.01.0193.jpg
TEMP.2002.9.30 Red has faded and may have once been black. Deposits on underside, but not heavy.
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