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A mirror (part a) that has a metalwork design in between the border of cloisonne pink-red and dark blue flowers on a light blue background. The back has a woven wire ground with insects, bamboo, flowers, and four foreign writing characters in cloisonne. The foreign writing characters are at each side, and at each end. There is a pierced white jade panel in the centre with a design consisting of a temple-like image over a foreign writing character with a flower and a dragon at either sides. Another jade pendant (part b) is hanging on one end with three humans on the front and four foreign writing characters on the back. The metal handle on other end has a cloisonne design the same as the border.

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