Ure Museum Database

There are 22 objects for which Shape_description contains → flared
11.10.16 Miniature. Open mouth with slightly flared rim. Body with a wide neck, three grooves on lower body, two grooves on foot ring base conical with flat resting surface. 2003.29.0090.jpg
11.10.2 Flared cup mouth. Base concave in centre. 2003.97.0444.jpg
13.10.7 Flared rim; tall neck; two ear-lug handles protruding from base of neck in right-angle shape; almost spherical body and base 2010.99.0086.jpg
2008.7.5 Single fragment, concave flared base with flat edge concave in profile
28.6.2 Squat lekythos. Flared mouth. 2003.25.0006.jpg
29.11.1 Flared mouth 2003.97.0431.jpg
29.4.2 Base flared with broad resting surface 2002.97.0513.jpg
29.5.1 Flared, shallow mouth. Resting surface and base concave. 2004.95.0044.jpg
34.10.13 Squat lekythos. Flared mouth with flat rim. Thin neck with single curved handle attached at top and finishing at shoulder. Ridge separates the neck from the shoulder. Cf. Agora 12 part 2, no. 1138, pl. 38 2003.97.0474.jpg
34.8.1 Squat lekythos. Flared cup mouth. 2003.97.0691.jpg
34.8.3 Flared cup mouth. Single curved handle. Base is slightly concave. 2003.97.0421.jpg
34.8.4 Flared mouth with flat lip. Base is flat with concave central circle. 2003.12.0077.jpg
34.8.6 Flared mouth with slightly curving lip. 2003.12.0076.jpg
34.8.7 Flared cup mouth. Base has central concave circle. 2003.13.0007.jpg
38.12.1 Squat lekythos. Flared mouth. Ridge at top and base of neck. 2003.25.0094.jpg
45.6.10 Flared foot 2003.45.0061.jpg
45.6.15 'Little lion' shape; Rhitsona Class P (cf. Haspels, ABL 107). Shallow, flared mouth. 2003.97.0390.jpg
45.6.16 Flared cup mouth. Strap Handle descending from top of neck to sloping shoulder. Base has a central concave section. Cf. "Sixth and Fifth Century Pottery", P.N.Ure (ed.), p49 shape class K, pl. 15 no. 80.249 2003.12.0079.jpg
45.6.17 Flared mouth with flat lip. Handle starts halfway down neck, curves up and then down to join shoulder. Long, narrow body. Broad foot. Central concave section on base. 2003.12.0009.jpg
45.6.18 Flared mouth with flat on the top rim. Single strap handle curves from top of shoulder down to top of body. Small torus flat base, divided from the body with a groove. Cf. "Sixth and Fifth Century Pottery", P.N.Ure (ed.), p40, lip type j 2003.13.0004.jpg
51.4.8 The rim is slightly flared and the neck is short; a strap vertical handle curves down from the rim to the shoulder; two smaller, round, horizontal handles protrude from the upper side of the rounded and pear shaped body; the foot is small and flaring; the base is convex
REDMG:1935.87.33 Flared rim. Shape narrows but widens slightly to form the foot of the piece. 2004.07.0003.jpg
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