Ure Museum Database

There are 16 objects for which Condition contains → middle
13.10.1 Single piece, intact, and seemingly complete, except eroded at the edges of the blade, on either side, particularly in the middle third of the piece. Blackish-brown with green patches throughout. 2007.99.0100.jpg
14.9.42 The paint on the exterior surface is in bad condition having eroded away and become dull in the places where it remains. The middle swirl of the pattern is nearly lost completely. Reasonably free from deposits. 2003.01.0097.jpg
2008.7.160 Middle piece of handle fragment broken at both ends
2009.10.2.242 Grainy and damaged across the middle
23.11.30 Metal corroded. Crooked, bent in two places in the middle and at the bottom. 2002.97.0545.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
26.12.20 Missing handle, but we can see the remains of where it should have been. There are small chips on the rim of the neck, and the black has begun to rub away. At the base of the neck is a small amount of white deposit, which we can also see on the main zone. The main zone has been worn away in the middle and near one edge. There are small scratches and flaking decoration at the top of the foot. 2002.97.0329.jpg
26.12.23 Intact. Band around rim covered in scratches and small areas of wear. Daub in centre also scratched, very centre is chipped, with a small crack in the middle and small areas of white deposit. Scratches also evident on the outside, some blobs also slightly chipped. Bottom of base uneven, with a small crack running across the middle. 2003.19.0096.jpg
27.4.5 Intact. The rim, inside of the bowl and handles, all show evidence of wear, and there are considerable patches where all of the glaze has been removed. There are also small chips to be found on the handles, and on the inside of the rim. Where the glaze has been rubbed away, it has revealed a grey colour. There is also a thin crack running from the edge of the rim, to half way down the first black band. The well in the centre of the bowl is also slightly worn, to reveal a whitish grey colour, as well as a small crack running across the side. On the underside of the bowl, there is more evidence of general wear, including a chip just under the rim next to one of the handles. The bottom rim of the foot also reveals small chips, as well as a crack running across the middle. 2003.19.0007.jpg Intact, one chip on the edge of the middle. Black areas on one side.
68.12.2 Intact and complete except for two chips on the rim. The top of the knob has a crack across the middle, leading to a hole in the deeper recess. The surface is worn, with cracks to the glaze surrounding the attachment of the knob and white deposits throughout the decoration. Yellow deposits on the underside of the lid, just outside the flange. 2002.97.0272.jpg
73.9.2 Fragment. Handle covered in scratches and patches of wear, especially on left arm. At the bottom of the left arm of handle is a small chip with a white patch in the middle. Rim, and both inside and outside of fragment show more small scratches. Larger scratch diagonally down left, through black band directly beneath the ivy leaf. 2002.97.0212.jpg
E.65.1 Cracked in the middle of body, large chip on rim, chip on base, some scratches and weathering on sides. 2002.98.0045.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.83 Intact if fragmentary. The facial features, especially the nose and right ear, have worn down quite considerably although it is still clear what they are meant to be. The line of breakage is straight, falling from the right ear to the middle of the left side of the neck. 2003.93.0197.jpg
REDMG:1964.1674 Comprised of four rejoined pieces; both handles broken off; light yellowish brown deposits all over (darker on the interior), obscuring all decoration except in the middle of one side. 2003.93.0373.jpg
TEMP.2003.7.58 Single rim fragment. One side good condition, just one tiny chip on rim. Other side half covered in white deposits and small chip in middle area. 2006.20.0691.jpg
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