Ure Museum Database

There are 8 objects for which Decoration contains → badly
2006.12.119 Black and white paint bands on inner surface; black and white paint on outer surface but badly damaged.
2007.4.85 Faded red brown lines and badly worn small shapes 2007.03.0710.jpg
25.9.2 The inside is black at the base and reserved up the interior walls. On the upper surface around mouth are alternating black and red tongues surrounded by double row of dots between lines. Outside these is black around the curved body down the stem to the foot. Black glaze badly fired revealing many colours. Side of foot is reserved as is resting surface and central base section which is flat but raised a long way inside the footring which is black inside. 2003.97.0811.jpg
26.2.42 Inside unpainted. Goat to left with head turned back, reserved bands on belly and shoulder, spiral field ornament; rays. Black, partly fired red, on reddish brown. No traces of slip, but the surface is badly worn. 2013.04.0099.jpg
26.2.78 Outside brick red (for black badly fired) on pinkish-buff ground. Applied red only for a thin band round bottom of neck. unframed tongues, red and black alternately. Inside of neck streaky black. 2013.04.0180.jpg
29.11.1 Mouth black inside and out with a reserved rim. Neck and underside of single curved handle are reserved. Shoulder has bars at base of neck with a ring of lotus buds on edge - circular mistake between rows. Thin black band around edge of shoulder. Body design has two men each leading a horse to right. Both wear cloaks, first helmet, second petasos. Red for beards, manes, tails and peytrels. White on helmet and design on horses, but badly faded. Black band followed by reserved band, then black stem. Disk foot is black on top but reserved on the edge with a flat, reserved base with a central circular concave section. 2003.97.0431.jpg
TEMP.2007.2.27 Black glaze, badly chipped. Possible area unglazed or with different colour, chipping makes it difficult to tell 2007.10.0002.jpg
TEMP.2007.2.54 Black glaze, chipped badly on one side with very minor damage on other 2007.10.0063.jpg
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