Ure Museum Database

There are 5 objects for which Shape_description contains "inwards"
13.10.21 Course jug with fat body, thick rim. The single handle reaches from the neck beneath the rim to the shoulder of the jug. The neck is as wide as the mouth, then tapers inwards slightly to meet the body, the ring foot is short and quite wide. 2010.99.0070.jpg
14.9.58 Conical with narrower neck at one end and widening to a lip at the other like a miniature vase. End with lip slopes inwards to a raised central circle. 2006.20.0325.jpg
37.11.4 Type B, formerly called 'glaux'. One horizontal handle and one vertical, both circular. Handles are attached just below rim which curves inwards. 2003.97.0663.jpg
47.2.6 Slightly flaring rim, flattened at the top, but sloping inwards; angled wall that curves sharply to a shallow bowl; horizontal, horseshoe-shaped strap handle, attached just below the rim and rising slightly above; broad torus ring foot. 2001.99.0123.jpg
E.23.45 Small tweezers with a loop on one end, originally loose in the hinge for hanging. Tweezers are made from three pieces, a central straight but shorter section and two longer but curved inwards sections which would have been the pieces that would have bent together to hold the hair or splinter.
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