Ure Museum Database

There are 9 objects for which Shape_description contains → another
2006.12.93 Very small open vessel with single handle, another handle has been broken off. Size suggests unlikely to have been functional.
23.4.1 Stemless. Groove separating slightly flaring rim from body. Handles curve slightly upwards from the top of the body. Another groove at join between body and foot. 2003.97.0672.jpg
47.2.21 Bell, with a rounded lower edge, narrowing sharply and then tapering slowly to a rounded shoulder, where it is attached to a round knob, hollowed on one side, thickened on the other, pierced with a hole; there is another hole in the top of the bell, just below the hollowed part of the knob. A hand-modeled striking ball is attached, with a thin piece of jute string, knotted through the top hole and lowered through the bottom hole. 2005.02.0295.jpg
47.6.2A-B Powder pyxis (with slip-on lid); for another Sam Wide powder pyxis see London, British Museum E 814 (from Tanagra), showing Herakles at the fountain.T he lid is cylindrical with a plastic ring on the top. The body is conical and the base is a broad, disk-shaped, flat ring. 2005.88.0043.jpg
50.10.3 Vertical sided, slightly outturned rim; ridge between rim and body; another ridge at top of stem; top part of stem channelled; stem broadens out into a wide foot; conical underside. 2003.97.0808.jpg
50.3.2 Tall and slightly lopsided. Steep angled wall with a slightly everted rim and a ridge just below; two ridges at bottom of wall, including join with slightly sloping floor; another ridge marks the join with the cylindrical stem, slightly broadening at the bottom; two ridges mark the join with the trumpet-shaped base. Offset on interior at join of wall and floor. Base conical on underside. 2003.97.0304.jpg
83.2.2 Wide at the bottom and short. At the top left long peice of terracotta extends outwards to a narrower point. To the right is the same apart from it has been broken. On top another peice of terracotta extends but again is broken. 2006.20.0531.jpg
E.62.55 There is no neck and the body tapers to a flat base. The two handles are directly opposite one another on the mouth. 2002.98.0151.jpg
L.2016.3.14 Female dancer, slightly turned to her left in a likewise slight step position. Her right arm slopes down, her left arm is raised and she is looking to her left hand, which is bent backwards. A hole in mentioned hand gives rise to the suspicion that she is holding an (missing) object. There is another hole at her left heel.
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