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Small lacquer bowl adorned with brown, yellow and green design. The interior of the bowl is painted solid orange-red. Both top and bottom of central design are bordered by a small series of bands. Firstly, there are alternating orange-red and brown stripes, then non-linear yellow lines that resemble waves. then another band of stripes. The central design has orange-red fish scales shapes against brown to form the background. There are green and yellow vine and leaf patterns set over this background. Evenly spaced within these patterns are brown circles. In the brown circles are sitting animals in frontal view. These creatures have long necks and small ears. The bottom of the bowl is solid orange-red.

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