Zahara Al Harib
Zahara Al Harib – a dromedary (one hump) camel made from a recycled woollen underlay blanket. She is made with completely recycled and secondhand materials (including her stuffing!). Her name means ‘a female camel who leads the way and walks in front of others’.
Meet Zahara Al Harib – a dromedary (one hump) camel. Along with her first name, I have given her the Arabic name meaning ‘a female camel who leads the way and walks in front of others. I think it suits her gentle sass.
Like many camels, she has fur lined ears to filter out dust and debry (including any negativity she may encounter as she leads the way).
She has thick needle-felted bushy eyebrows, and long lashes to filter out the scorching summer sun.
Made from an Upcycled clean woolen bed-underlay, Zahara Al Harib is also decorated with recycled and Upcycled fabrics.
She is stuffed with recycled fabric scraps and clean repurposed polyester filling from old cushions and pillows.
My own design, Zahara Al Harib is uniquely one of a kind. I made my first Camel a couple of years ago and sold her at an art exhibition in Cannington, Perth. Zahara is my second, and I have another couple of camels on the design table in my studio.
I’ve had so much fun bringing her to life. I hope you love her as much as I do.
Zahara Al Harib is Extra Large
Quick Shipping Guide
Small – $9 Australia wide, $15 everywhere else
Medium – $15 Australia wide, $25 everywhere else
Large – $25 Australia wide, $40 everywhere else
Extra Large – due to each of my extra large artworks being a different size, shape and weight – its best if I can work with you to figure out the cheapest, fastest and safest way to send you the creation you’ve adopted.
Due to each of my artworks being different size, shape and weight - its best if I can work with you initially to find out where you are located. From there I can figure out the cheapest, fastest and safest way to send you the creation you’ve adopted.
As a general guide, I will try to send smaller bears express post which is between $9 and $15 Australia wide in an express satchel or box under 3kg.
Larger items, over that weight can cost between $15 and $25 depending on your location.
I always try to get your order in the mail within one working week - or sooner if I can. I do work full time around my hobby so sometimes it can just be a couple days for me to get to the post office.
I will always be open to discussions about refunds if you find there is a major fault or breakage with something you have ordered and there is no way to fix it. Each piece I create is also dear to me, and I would be sad to know it is broken or ruined or unloved for any reason.
Cancellation / Return / Exchange Policy
Its really hard with individual items to offer an exchange because I only ever make one of a kind designs. However, if you wish to return your purchase, of course I will be happy to accept your decision. The cost of the return postage will be up to you to organise, and once I have received the item back in its original condition, then I will ensure your refund.