Ure Museum Database

There are 10 objects for which Decoration contains → belly
14.9.79 Thought to be part of belly and hind leg of quadroped to right,incisions on the haunch, colours in black. Other side is reserved. 2003.46.0066.jpg
26.2.18 In the top zone, oblique palmette, wild goat to right with head turned back (only tip of beard preserved), added red on black and haunch, reserved line on belly, in field dot rosette, crossed dumb-bell ornament, dotted double spiral; black zone with bands white-red-white superimposed; rays (tip of one preserved). Inside black with a reserved band a little below rim and two groups of bands, white-red-white, roughly on a level with the top and bottom of the broad black band outside. 2005.02.0430.jpg
26.2.20 Back of animal (lion?) with added red on neck and belly and incisions; dot and circle roundel. Inside black with thin bands white-red-white at the top. 2013.04.0048.jpg
26.2.21 Belly of goat to left and typical field ornaments; streaky black band with thin bands white-red-white superimposed; blobs in black with added red; a second black band with white-red-white superimposed. Inside black. 2013.04.0049.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
26.2.48 Above, paw and breast of couchant feline to right, incised details,in the field a shapeless blob. Below, hind quarters of animal to left, the belly indicated by a reserved band with a row of dots bounded above and below by a line of thinned black. Typical Camiran field ornaments and suspended groups of elongated dots. No traces on either zone of applied red or white. Between these zones a band, now simply streaky, but perhaps originally white-red-white on black. 2003.46.0057.jpg
26.2.51 Three zones separated by black bands with superimposed white-red-white. Top zone practically all lost; second zone, sphinx to left with long erect tail; behind her the forepart of another; incisions, field rosettes; third zone, upper forepart of horned goat with reserved belly line, meander cross field ornament, groups of suspended short bars. Faded black on thin creamy buff. 2004.46.0090.jpg
26.2.54 Haunch of seated lion or sphinx with added red for belly stripe; rosette with double incised circle at centre. On the raised rim, black tongues. Cream slip. 2013.04.0121.jpg
45.6.37 Streaky black glaze applied through dipping, so that a reserved band remains in the middle of the body. Reserved also on resting surface, interior face of foot, and underside. Streaky appearance and reserved section of belly suggest the presence of kiln supports during firing, as found on the example in Toronto (see discussion of dating, below). Black on the interior of the mouth. 2010.98.0159.jpg
L.2016.3.31 Few traces of different coloured paints. Few, small black or dark brown flecks allover the surface, a little more at the saddle, belly and mane. There are very few traces of green glaze at the top of the nose and front part of belly and saddle (and white as well as red-brownish flecks at the rare part) on the right.
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