Roman Flagon

Roman Flagon – Unglazed and undecorated earthenware body

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[su_column size=”1/2″] PROCESSES OF┬áCONSERVATION

  1. Cleaning broken edges
  2. Assemblage
  3. Bonding
  4. Filling / replacing missing areas.
  5. Rub down filled areas using 00 flour paper
  6. Retouching filled areas by hand

NB: This object was owned by Chichester Museum who required that it be stabilised and reassembled to show its original form whilst clearly showing the original and repaired areas.
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Scroll down for photographs of the different processes involved.

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ROMAN FLAGON ON ACCEPTANCE
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ROMAN FLAGON AFTER BONDING
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ROMAN FLAGON ON COMPLETION
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