Ure Museum Database

There are 21 objects for which Shape_description contains "holes"
13.10.26 Shallow bowl; horizontal rim with two holes for suspension at one side, one of the holes has a thin piece of rope in it (modern?)and clay; the base is slightly bulbous (the shape is slightly irregular leading to an incline of the rim to one side); interior smooth; 'ridges' can be felt on the exterior where the clay was turned on the potter's wheel; short, wide resting surface. 2003.92.0071.jpg
14.9.111 Thin loomweight, pierced with two holes of equal size, 0.5 cm apart, near the edge. 2002.97.0605.jpg
2007.4.216 Pouring lip of a pot, complete with rim from the top of the pot. There are holes in the pot where the liquid would come out
27.4.2 There are two holes pierced below the rim to take cord for hanging. 2003.17.0003.jpg
27.4.3 Uneven base. Two holes pierced in bottom 3.0 apart. 2003.14.0095.jpg
34.10.12 Top closed, perforated with two concentric rings of holes (six inner, nine outer) around pointed knob. 2002.97.0598.jpg
48.4.1 Two holes for suspension have been pierced below the flat rim. 2002.97.0347.jpg
48.5.1 Three knuckle-bone shaped handles with holes for suspension(?)Small ring foot. 2003.97.0235.jpg
50.10.2 Slightly everted lip with nearly flat rim, on a cylindrical bowl with concave sides, divided with a a sharp carination from a convex lower that smoothly curves into a short stem on a rounded foot ring, with rounded resting surface, tapering inner wall, and nearly flat underside. Two suspension holes are arranged horizontally just below the rim on one side. 2008.98.0344.jpg
51.1.1 Flat outturned rim with rounded lip, sharply curving to nearly cylindrical bowl, slightly concave, which broadens and then tapers in the convex lower part to a disk foot, sloping on the upper part, rounded on the lower part, tapered on the interior, with flat resting surface and nearly flat underside. Just below the rim on one side are two holes for suspension. 2002.97.0233.jpg
51.4.11 Moulded rim, grooved, with flat upper surface and sharp lip, on a short cylindrical neck, with attaches, at a ridge, to an ovoid body, attached below, also at a ridge, to a slightly flaring stand, with splaying foot, slightly ridged on upper edge, bevelled on exterior, hollow on the interior. From the shoulder, on either side, rises an m-shaped handle (half of one chipped off) with short projections in the middle. Three holes (to enable air flow) are drilled into the upper part of the stand, just below the join. 2002.97.0369.jpg
78.12.1 Deep circular body, almost flat shoulder, leading to a deep concave discus with two small holes, the frontal one is slightly off centre. Very small rounded nozzle with a large circular wick hole. Vertical handle opposite the nozzle, flat base with no delineation. 2008.99.0677.jpg
78.12.19 Shallow ovoid body, convex shoulder with a small depressed discus; three small holes in the discus. Nozzle is joined into the body shape and has a rounded tip with a medium oval wick hole. Small vertical handle opposite the nozzle. Base is unmarked but slightly concave. 2008.99.0699.jpg
78.12.8 Circular body, small convex shoulder with a slightly concave discus, two small holes on the discus, one on the central axis, the other just slightly off to the left. The nozzle is small and flat with a rounded tip and a circular wick hole, just off centre. Vertical handle extending towards the base at the back with a small hole though the centre. Demarcated base is flat except for a small depression. 2008.99.0064.jpg
79.1.17 'Bird-head' lamp, shallow body with one hole nearly at the centre of the discus. nozzle is flat with a splayed tip and concave sides, the smoke hole is circular and almost in the centre of the nozzle. the handle is transverse and has a hole in the centre. The holes all appear to be of the smae size and are all just of centre to the left. 2005.01.0321.jpg
79.1.6 Circular body with slightly convex shoulder and a slightly concave discus, two holes of differing size are in the discus. The nozzle is small and rounded with an oval wick hole just off center. Vertical handle which reaches to the base which is demarcated with two concentric circles. 2005.01.0083.jpg
91.12.2 Roughly circular, with two holes pierced through near top edge. 2006.20.0028.jpg
E.23.19 Tall pointed jar with flattened, narrow base. Wide mouth with narrow lip and wide neck. Lugs at either side, perforated with thread holes. 2005.89.0081.jpg
L.2012.9.1 Complete with nozzle, handle and two original holes for use 2013.99.0097.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:1964.1613.1 Circular shallow body with rounded convex shoulder leading to a concave discus with two small filling/air holes along a central axis. Nozzle is of an average length with a rounded wick hole. large un-pierced pinched vertical handle, small circular, slightly concave demarcated base. 2005.01.0262.jpg
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