The camel is molded standing foursquare on a rectangular base, the head slightly thrown back, with an oval blanket draped over its humps, covered overall in a mottled-brown glaze, with the forelegs, neck, tail and humps covered in a cream glaze, and the saddle cloth splashed with green, cream and brown glazes.
1514 in. (38.7 cm.) high

Nagatani, Inc., Chicago, 1963.
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