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The square wood frame base (part a) is painted white with a roof-like top and a square protrusion in the middle. The front sides are decorated with a triangular pattern of alternating triangles of black, red, blue, and yellow on the outer side and glass-mirror triangles on the inner side. The wood swing platform (part b) is painted white with two metal eyes (to be hooked and attached to the frame base which also has two metal eyes) on top. The mirror-glass piece (part c) is a triangular shape with the top corner cut off, and it is detached from the top side of the frame base. The taller figure (part d) is standing with its legs crossed and it is playing a flute-like instrument. The shorter figure (part e) is standing with its legs side-by-side with its right arm pointing upward and its left arm pointing downward. Both figures are wearing a headdress and ornaments. One gold-like metal chain (part f) is worn by the shorter figure (part e).

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