See Kathleen M. Kenyon, Digging Up Jerusalem (New York: Praeger, 1974), pp. 137–144, plates 56–61; and Jerusalem: Excavating 3,000 Years of History (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967), p. 101, figs. 8–10. Kenyon dates the pit a little earlier (to the reign of Hezekiah) and mentions that the figurines may have been broken intentionally. None of them, however, could be restored completely. Our vessels, on the other hand, were completely restored and are of a completely different type.