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Offering composed of a circular piece of red card that has a lip and has gold metallic paper bands at the edges of the sides. There is also a geometric design made from cut out off-white paper with a green floral print, as well as pink and gold metallic paper, which is adhered to the top surface. On the reverse is a flower design made of blue and white plaid patterned paper with a circular gold metallic paper centre and a strip of white paper that has been wound into a circular shape. Strips of red crepe paper wrapped with a band of gold metallic paper is attached to the reverse of the circular part via a piece of twisted white paper that is tied to a strip of pink tissue paper. The pink tissue paper is adhered to the walls of the circular segment.

History Of Use

To be burned for the dead.

Cultural Context

Supplies for the after-life; Buddhist.

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