Ure Museum Database

There are 10 objects for which Shape_description contains → heavy
14.9.109 Deep Acrocup (belongs to the Acropolis Group of Bloesch, Formen, 161 ff.); slightly offset rim with heavy moulding at the top of rim; ridge at the top of the low stem. Base is concave. 2003.97.0495.jpg
E.62.1 Heavy, wide bracelet, almost circular. Naturally formed twist appears in side.
E.62.44 Lid is oval with a central circular knob and traces of an incised band on top. (Lid is missing!) Body has a flat rim, same shape and size as lid so they sit together, but with a central circular opening. Thin neck leading to shoulders. Four oblong feet at each 'corner' and the base between is flat. Flat rim on top of body is reserved. The inside is a cylindrical well, not matching the contours or shape of the outside. Heavy object.
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.
L.2016.3.7 Heavy Alabaster lid with slightly uneven rounded knob, which leads to a short stem. The stem curves into the diagonal lid with rounded rim and short, broad flange, slightly narrowing to its bottom. The underside is concave at centre.
REDMG:1951.1715 Rounded rim on incurving lip, curves into a top heavy bowl, with nearly straight, diagonal sides, above a short foot, flat on the underside; rounded interior. 2008.99.0268.jpg
REDMG:1951.1716 Rounded rim on incurving lip, curves into a top heavy bowl, with a slight carination in the lower third, beneath which the walls become slightly concave, above a flat base; rounded interior. 2008.99.0264.jpg
REDMG:1951.1717 Rounded rim on incurving lip, curves into a top heavy bowl; walls become slightly concave just above the flat base; rounded interior. 2008.99.0262.jpg
REDMG:1951.1718 Rounded rim on incurving lip, curves into a top heavy bowl that becomes slightly concave above the flat base; rounded interior. 2008.99.0259.jpg
REDMG:1964.1697.1 Fat body that tapers gradually and then sharply towards the foot. Very heavy, dense material. Body is widest at shoulder and thinnest at base. 2008.99.0213.jpg
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