Early Shriner Camel 

w/ Fez Decanter and Mugs

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I have seen a lot of Masonic pieces in my day, but this is by far the most unusual.  It's the Shriner camel wearing his fez made into a pottery decanter.  This is probably from the 1950's or 1960's.  It has never been used because each piece still has a paper Japan label on it.  The camel is just over 12 inches long and 5 inches high to the top of the fez. His corked head comes off,  and you fill him up with your favorite beverage! All the pieces including the camel and cups are in perfect condition with no chips or cracks.  




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