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Bottle shaped vase. Rectangle with two wider faces and two thinner sides. The base is wide, narrowing to a high shoulder which tapers to a small square neck. The vessel is light grey with tiny light brown speckles, the bottle’s neck and sides are painted with a light brown glaze, giving it a bumpy texture. Located on both front and back faces are two stacked light and dark blue circular designs surrounding rounded brown figures with a dark brown dot in the centre. Protruding from the stack on either side are rounded blue chevrons facing outwards from the design, with thicker dark brown chevrons within. Both sides are decorated with a single blue circular design encircling a rounded brown design.

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