Ure Museum Database

There are 13 objects for which Condition contains → number
2005.3.35 reasonable, black whilst faded is still clearly visible, there a number of chips on the surface
2008.7.122 Fragment, large chips at edges. A number is handwritten faintly in black ink on interior.
47.2.7 Mended from a number of joining fragments. Small parts filled in with plaster (especially on left side. Gloss flaked off on part of the handle,rim and body. It is not lustrous. Towards the foot, thinly applied gloss that leaves parts of the clay to be seen. 2008.98.0404.jpg
50.10.1 Complete but the neck and the body have been mended from a number of joining fragments. Some repainting. Deposits inside. Large part of the painted decoration fired brownish-reddish. Worn on many parts. Small chips and scraches on the body and a chip on the resting surface. 2003.95.0091.jpg
50.4.6 Mended from a number of joining fragments. Small fragment from the body is missing. Gloss is quite lustrous on the exterior, but rough and worn on the interior and the underside of the foot. Chips around the rim and the body. Deposits on the underside. 2003.92.0363.jpg
50.4.7 Mouth and upper part of the neck assembled from a number of small fragments (repaired by Cameron Hahn, 17.08.2005). Large chip on shoulder, smaller on neck and small chip on foot. Quite ggod quality of glaze that retians its shine. Net pattern designe dcarefully although the maendar is quite rough. Scratces on the body. 2008.10.0030.jpg
50.4.9 Mended from a number of joining fragments but incomplete; noticeable piece missing from front of vessel. Lustre remains. Deposits on base. Interior worn with small amounts of grey deposit. Slight wear and small chips on the body and the resting surface. 2008.10.0031.jpg
50.5.6 Intact. Paint appears extremely dull and matt despite being badly worn. Flaked off from most part of the decoration. Peach colour on small areas inside and corresponding exterior surface. A number of chips on the lower part of the base. The larger allows the clay inclusions (white stones) to show through. 2003.92.0190.jpg
51.4.8 Complete. The body mended from a number of joining fragments. Glaze flaked off on the top of the rim, body and handles. Small chip on one of the horizontal handles. The main zone decoration remains similarly intact, except for a few scratches on the surface, and in small patches, a misty light grey deposit. There is also some of this deposit around the ends of all three handles. Thinly applied glaze, especially on the back side of the vessel, allowing for the colour of the clay to be seen. On the resting surface of the foot is a chalky white deposit.
52.3.1 Complete and repaired. Glaze remains. Body and neck mended from a number of pieces. Small chips around the neck. White deposits on the underside of the foot and on the top of the rim. 2007.02.0023.jpg
73.10.1 A number of chips at the edge of the rim and the knob; white deposits on the knob. 2005.89.0024.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.81 Single fragment preserving some of a foot. The marble is rough, and there are a number of brown dirt stains, especially around the big toe, and the side opposite to the toes, where the foot has been broken off. 2002.97.0588.jpg
REDMG:1964.1619.1 Intact, large chip on the left side of the nozzle, score from the rim to the filling hole, large number of small chips. Grey deposit in areas, small amount of blackening around the nozzle, probably from use. 2003.93.0121.jpg
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