Ure Museum Database

There are 7 objects for which Decoration contains → chips
27.6.75 Fragment, showing the very top of a man's head. Has a thin stripe around the edge and the main picture is curved inwards, both suggesting that the fragment is part of a plate or similar item. Some writing is visible around the inside of the stripe. The other side is also black, with lots of small chips
E.62.2 Sculptor's trial piece. White limestone, the sculptor is trying different ways of drawing hair. The bottom of the fragmet has a human head with one way of drawing hair, one braid at the from with several straight lines representing the rest of the hair alon with a band accross the top of the hair. Other methods include small squares, undulating lines and straight parrallel lines made up of small chips into the surphace. 2008.08.0210.jpg
TEMP.2003.2.2 Fragment with man with beard visible, only left hand and upper body are visible. He appears to be holding the branch of a tree (Dionysus). Quite a few chips and markings on the front. Inside is not coloured.
TEMP.2003.6.27 Exterior white with small chips. Interior black with a pair of white lines at one edge and a small white half circle from the exterior line to the edge. Parallel to these white lines towards the opposite edge is a incised line.
TEMP.2003.7.75 A thick fragment of a pot with black gloss on either side, with small chips throughout. 2006.20.0550.jpg
TEMP.2003.8.1 (a)Part of the rim of an open jug of some sort. The inside segment of the rim is painted black, with numerous small bits having been chipped off. Moving outwards, the rim consists of the inside of the pot wall, which then splays out in a flat top rim, and then falls down again in a second wall that is left dangling from the outer rim. So, moving from the inside outwards on the underside, there is a valley of about 1.0 wide and 1.5 deep until the top of the second rim (which is peaked) is reached. The outward facing side of this downward pointed rim consists of alternating lines of black dots and thin black lines which run around the entire outer diameter of the rim. There are two rows of dots and two lines, alternating which each other, all of which are heavily worn. The top part of the rim, which would be facing upwards if the pot were complete, is about 2.2 wide and flat, marked with black raised lines that repeat about every .3 and which start at the outer edge and are 1.7 long, and painted black. These lines are heavily worn. There are also two significant chips in the top of this rim, each about 2 long. (b)Another part of the same rim to the same vessel. The same dot and line pattern runs around the outer diameter. On top the lines which are thicker at the end pointing into the pot are repeated, a palmette decorates the larger flat area of the handle region.
TEMP.2007.2.58 Off-white paint with some chips 2007.10.0071.jpg
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