Ure Museum Database

There are 10 objects for which Decoration contains → burnished
50.12.12 Although there is no decoration, there appears to be a line painted just that has faded to the colour of the clay. Below the rim is a roughened area where a handle may have placed. The outer surface of the pot might have been burnished while the inside is less smooth. 2003.98.0250.jpg Pink fabric. Burnished, but very rough at the base. 2008.99.0488.jpg
E.23.19 Coarse red fabric, burnished. Stylized ships painted, one on either side, in dark red pigment, with details such as oars, sails, and 's' shapes representing the sea. 2002.98.0025.jpg
E.23.20 Burnished red fabric decorated with red and black. Four black bands on the neck; three similar bands on the body. 2002.98.0026.jpg
E.62.25 Burnished 2002.98.0047.jpg
E.62.26 Polished red pottery bowl, faced with (black) haematite (iron oxide) and burnished. Much red pigment remaining (outer surface). Flat base and flared sides (cf. E.65.3 for shape) 2002.98.0124.jpg
E.62.28 Tall red jar tapering to a narrow, flat base. Around the top there is a band of black pigment (th. ca. 3.0-4.0), above a band of yellow pigment (max. th. 4.0). Treated on the interior with haematite (iron oxide) and burnished. 2005.89.0014.jpg
E.62.34 Burnished 2002.98.0022.jpg
E.65.2 Tall red jar, tapering to a flat base. Band of black pigment around top. Treated on interior with haematite (iron oxide) and burnished. 2002.98.0128.jpg
REDMG:1961.150.4 Glazed all over (so that fabric colour is indeterminate) and burnished to red (2.5YR 4/6) and black (GLEY 1 2.5/N). Linear ornament (incisions) on handle 2004.99.0856.jpg
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