Manufacturing defects/faults (Ceramics/ Glass):
although not a type of damage, they can be points of weakness. Usually caused by the object having a poorly formulated body or glaze, poor construction or firing inconsistencies, for example, minor faults such as pinholes or glaze blemishes.
Caused by movement or excessive stress.
Specific type of mould. It can be downy or powdery. Could be seen as yellow spots which then turn brown or a whitish powder that slowly turn yellowish brown and then black.
Metal is converted wholly or partly into a mineral or inorganic structure/ entirely corroded.
Mineral Preserved Organic Remains (MPO’s):
Metallic compounds from a corroding metal object replace structure of organic material such as textile or leather.
Another word for fungi; may appear as colourful powdery or downy growth on an object’s surface, or as black spots.
Another word for fungi; mould spores can germinate and grow within organic materials to cause staining and structural weakening. May appear as colourful powdery or downy growth on an object’s surface, or as black spots.
(2D and 3D, including scrolls, different needs and purposes across materials) (x3). Also Support (detachable/removable: padded back boards, mounts, storage support, primary/ secondary etc.)