Tower of a model pagoda, of hexgonal plan with five storeys. Each storey is modelled with an arched door opening on the main facade, open-work windows, and upturned eaves. The body is pale grey stoneware, painted with brown, blue, turquoise, and white glaze, and highlighted details of the bracket-works and eaves with iron brown pigment. The tower is hollow, with a round hole on the flat, unglazed base for inserting onto the podium base. There are chipped eaves on one side of the towe,r and a large chip at the eave on the top roof.
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