Ure Museum Database

There are 3 objects for which Decoration contains → bored
14.9.11 Painted decoration in dull black on both sides in rectangles with lines inside with cross hatching on the underside. Part of two bored holes at the same end but slightly apart, perhaps for suspension. No finished edges.
14.9.7 Core is grey and the surface is red. Both sides have a linear pattern formed into rectangular shapes. The interior surface has lines with adjoined rectangles with lines inside them too. A similar pattern is reflected on the outside but less clear.At one end remains part of a bored hole, perhaps for suspension. 2007.03.1255.jpg
65.6.2 Head and shoulders of a Neolithic deity. Square head and oblong arms. The top part has three holes bored through down either side and two partly bored holes near the top representing eyes and three partly bored holes representing the mouth in a horizontal line above 'neck'. Single partially bored hole on neck and one just above the break. Bored hole at the end of each arm. The other side is flatter than the side with the visible holes. Very smooth and highly polished object, creamy-yellow colour with naturally formed pattern.
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