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Ishmael's Whale

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Ishmael's Whale is named after the narrator of the classic novel Moby Dick by Herman Melville. "Call me Ishmael," is the famous first sentence of Moby Dick. Ishmael being the lone survivor of the fateful voyage of the whaling ship, the Pequod, captained by the doomed Ahab in his search for the white whale, Moby Dick.

Ishmael's Whale is currently available in three cotton fabric variations: New Bedford Stripe, Indian Calico and Nantucket Blue. On one side is a combination of two designer cotton fabrics, while on the other is grey cotton velvet. Ishmael's Whale is detailed with hand sashiko stitching and button eyes.

Dimensions: length is approximately 28cm (11 inches) and is 19cm high (7 1/2 inches) from base to tail. Ishmael's Whale is weighted to stand independently.