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Small lacquer tea bowl with black and light orange design on an orange-red background. The interior is solid orange-red. The top and bottom of the central design is bordered by a pattern of bands. Firstly, there is a band of alternating orange and black stripes, then a pattern of black triangles on an orange background, followed by another series of stripes. The background central design consists of a tiny orange-red grid set on black. On top of this, there is a large leaf or paisley motif in light orange and black. There are also three exuberantly dancing figures. Each figure wears pants that bunch at the ankle, a sash with a fringe at the end tied around their waist, and a long sleeved shirt and head scarf. The pattern of each of these items of clothing differs from one figure to the next. The bottom of the bowl is solid orange-red.

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