Ure Museum Database

There are 5 objects for which Shape_description contains → bulges
39.1.2 Strongly moulded rim, curving into a roughly cylindrical upper body that bulges out into the shallow bowl. Two vertical handles, roughly square in section, with horizontal pointed spurs, level with the rim, rejoin the body at the upper part of the bowl. Two-part moulded foot, with a domed underside. 2010.98.0301.jpg
L.2016.3.32 Small, relatively heavy metal horn; hollow inside. Moulded bulges line up along the curved body, probably to sketch the natural form, and lead to the rounded tip. Four holes surround the upper part of the horn (actually the end attached to the head). The horn ends with a flat rim.
REDMG:1953.25.2 Rounded, slightly everted rim, below which are attached two horizontal handles, rounded on the outsides and slightly flattened on the insides, slightly canted and rising above the rim. Body bulges slightly below handles but otherwise tapers gradually to a thick raised base, which is slightly broader than the lowest part of the body. The underside is circumscribed with a lightly gouged band. 2005.99.0144.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.9 Corinthian type skyphos. Rounded incurved rim below which emerge two horizontal round handles, rising slightly; tall, thin-walled body bulges at top and tapers sharply to a flaring ring foot with a concave resting surface and raised underside.
REDMG:1964.1626 Trefoil mouth attached at the back to a high-swung vertical handle (missing) that reattached at the bottom of the diagonal shoulder; below carination, body bulges and then tapers to a flat base, slightly concave on the underside. For tall trefoil oinochoai see Corinth 13, 131 fig. 14, 133, e.g. Corinth T1298-99: Corinth 13, 312 nos. D 49-f-g, pl. 57. 2004.99.0156.jpg
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