Dragon Sculpture(24 items)
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Featured Reviews on Dragon Sculpture
This is a beautiful dragon
I bought this dragon for my boyfriend as a birthday present, he absolutely loved this dragon, the graftmanship is beautiful!
I have purchased several dragons each with incredible detail and visual realism. I love these carvings and exhibit them with pride. Thank you so much for these amazing examples of your work and skill - George
Seji Taram Hand-carved sculptures
"I'll always remember what my husband said before died, he wanted me to carry on caring wisely for our children, and he also encouraged me to be a stronger woman for our children's sake."
Popular Dragon Sculpture
Hand Carved Wood Dragon Sculpture, "Winged Dragon"$79.95
The recurrent theme of the dragon in Balinese art underscores the legendary animal's divinity in their culture, a motif that has not escaped the artistic eye of Seji Taram. Believed to be the guardian of the gods, this baby suar wood dragon with wings fiercely protects the sanctity of the home.
Copal Wood Dragon Alebrije Sculpture in Red and Orange, "Mexican Dragon in Red"$89.99
A fire-breathing dragon in colors of orange and red spreads its wings in this Mexican sculpture, making a charming addition to any home. Mexican couple Zeny and Reyna celebrate the artistic traditions of their country, crafting the dragon from copal wood and maguey plant fibers in the style of sculptures, adding beautiful hand-painted motifs.
Copal Wood Dragon Alebrije Sculpture in Blue from Mexico, "Mexican Dragon in Blue"$99.99
Mexican couple Zeny and Reyna celebrate the artistic traditions of their country, crafting this dragon sculpture from copal wood and maguey plant fibers, adding beautiful hand-painted motifs in a variety of colors against a blue body. This fire-breathing creation makes a charming addition to any home.
Collectible Archaeological Replica Ceramic Dragon Sculpture, "Moche Dragon"$104.99
A fierce horned dragon emits a shrill scream, beautifully depicted in ceramic. Walter Jose Acosta takes his inspiration from Peru's vast archaeological heritage, replicating the work of the ancestors. For decorative use only.