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Small lacquer tea bowl with blue, yellow, green design on an orange-red background. The interior of the bowl is painted solid black. Central design on circumference of bowl is bordered by series of lines. First band is alternating yellow and orange-red stripes sandwiched between blue lines. Second band is alternating green and orange-red stripes sandwiched between blue lines. Central design is set on an orange-red background with tiny yellow dots. On top of this background there are two bands of alternating green rabbits in profile and blue flowers within blue circles. On bottom of bowl, there is small circle forming base. The interior of this base is painted black. The remainder of the bottom of the bowl is painted solid orange-red.

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