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Long wood piece with parallel sides and both ends tapered to a point. There are six pairs of circular pots in the middle, totalling twelve, with a triangular dish at each tapered end. There are two rectangular legs, one at each end, and both of which are carved with a closed wall at the end and opening up toward the middle with three pairs of columns where there is a cylindrical leg in the middle which flares downward. The columns are carved with various geometric designs. The cylindrical leg tapers upward into a smaller square hole at the centre top of the wood piece which is surrounded by a carved grooved diamond shape around which the top has a design of many longitudinal grooved lines. Stained black.

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