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Long beaded bag with three distinct sections of coloured beads. From the bottom and moving upwards towards the opening of the bag, there is a single row of alternating pink and blue beads. Next, are two rows of widely woven light green beads, three rows of widely woven blue beads, four rows of widely woven green beads and edged with one small row of blue beads, and five rows of widely woven red beads. Beaded sections are woven into an X formation and have groups of white beads separating each strand. The top of the bag has gathered fibre strands that are secured with a large blue coloured bead.

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