Altar table made of poplar wood, consisting of four legs held together by panels which are tenoned into them (fragmentary). The upper part of the legs and the side panels are carved with flowers enclosed in square or rectangular frames and bordered by beaded bands. The front panel has a stupa bedecked with streamers in the centre flanked by two flowers.

An00010128 002 l

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