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Four pairs of wooden clappers used possibly for a dance. On two of the wooden clappers there are depictions of peasants dancing. Both feature a man wearing a red hat and red trousers and a woman wearing a green apron, hat, white top, and red skirt. On the back of one of the clappers is the inscription Rie'okna. On the back of the other clapper with the two peasants is written "Capri." Two other pairs of clappers are bell shaped and have no paintings in either the front or back. All the clappers measure 3 inches in height. 20th Century.
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