Ure Museum Database

There are 4 objects for which Decoration contains → circumscribed
27.3.6 On rim, four concentric circles. On handle, three horizontal bars (bottom two somewhat slanted). On shoulder three dot rosettes comprised of seven dots each. From top to bottom; two lines, three rows of dots, twelve lines, and finally a band of six rays. The base is only slightly concave, with a slight protrusion in the middle, and is circumscribed with two black bands. 2003.97.0147.jpg
51.7.2 Lid: The centre of the top of the lid is reserved, surrounded by two concentric bands—one red, one reserved— then a red circle, from which a band of tongues radiates. This is surrounded by a scallopped black band (fired red on one side), then an inverse wave pattern (waves leaning to the right), and finally a reserved band. The outer edge of the flange and the upper part of the body are glazed black. The remainder of the body is decorated with an egg and dot band (for which each eggs is a thick u circumscribed with a thin u), then a black band, then a wave band (with waves leaning to the right). The lower rim is reserved. The interior is glazed black, misfired to red on the underside of the top. Pyxis: Entirely glazed, fired mostly black on the exterior (with some red patches on the flange and the top of the body), and red on the interior. 2003.92.0198.jpg
REDMG:1951.152 Rim and neck covered in black glaze; circumscribed palmette frieze on shoulder, with intervening triangles above and below (where two are outlined but not filled in); main body (white ground) decorated with net pattern between narrow reddish-black lines; the upper black band is decorated with white dots. Black glazed on lower part of body and foot, except for reserved underside, including resting surface.
TEMP.2003.7.72 Black glazed, with the interior decorated with a reserved medallion circumscribed by a red stripe. 2006.20.0479.jpg
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