Published on November 17, 2012 by Amy
Though the neck of this Ice Age camel appears to be precariously stacked, the figurine is quite stable. Also, though I’m not completely sure this is the right neck stone, it does convey the concept of an undulating neck of the camel gait. The V-notch of the body stone accepts the neck stone almost perfectly. Possibly leg stones may be missing on this Ice Age animal figurine. Sienna jasper, 3 parts. 5.75″h; 400 gm Not for sale.
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Above is another camel head we found, and judging by its size (three inches long) the body of this Ice Age animal figurine should be fairy large. It hasn’t washed out yet, or may have been cast away 170 years ago when the Spoon River bottomland was first cleared for farming. Not for sale.