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Decorations - Artifacts

Four colorful decorations with pompons and peacock feathers Each decoration is triangular shaped with gold foil painted in red, pink, white and green floral designs. Attached at the center are two white plastic heads with painted black eyes, eyebrows and mouth. Below the heads are red robe shaped papers with a pink foil flower and yellow paper center. Below this are two rolled paper flowers in orange, pink and blue with a green chicken feather extending from between the flowers. There are 14 synthetic fiber pompons in alternating colors of yellow, pink, green and red surrounding the triangle. The decorative triangle is attached to a double bamboo framework separated by spacers. Two peacock feathers are wired to the backof the framework and extend up behind the tiangle. There is a paper covered holding stick wired to the back and extending down below the decoration. A: Holding stick wrapped with red paper. B: Faded flowers in the front. C: Right back is broken and the wire is exposed on the holding stick D: Wire exposed on the holding stick
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