Conservation status: Fractured at the level of the most prominent elements, with total absence of one of the arms of the figure; Edges abrasion and absence of ceramic paste; Impregnated dirt across the surface.
Intervention: Cleaning; Consolidation; Bonding; Development of the non-existent element; Filling; Chromatic reintegration; Protective Finish.
Conservation status: Previous intervention presenting excessive and aged repainting, as well as inappropriate fillers, without complying with the original aesthetic program according to fragment later discovered, whose replacement in the object was not possible;Dirt impregnated throughout the surface.
Intervention:Removal of excess fillers and repainting;Cleaning;Edge consolidation;Fill;Fill leveling;Chromatic reintegration allowing the identification of the new intervention;Protective finish.
Conservation status: Extremely degraded object due to contamination with soluble salts; Fractured in numerous elements of different dimensions; Flaking of glazed surface, powderiness and loss of ceramic paste;Impregnated dirt on the surface; Previous restoration with ageing and poorly executed bonding in the cover.
Conservation status: Numerousfractures; Edges abrasion,absence ofceramic pasteand decorative elements; Dirtimpregnatedon surfaceand edges; Existence of biological contamination and inert material aggregated to fragments.
Intervention: Removal of biologicalcontamination followed by preventive treatment application; Cleaning and removal ofinert material aggregated to fragments; Consolidation; Bonding;Filling;Chromaticreintegration; Protective finish.