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Impressive larger dragon figurine with draw for storing trinkets. Amazing use of detail ad colour.
Artist: Ed Beard Jr. Well known fantasy artist including work for Magic the Gathering and LOTR and Hobbit art. Also Dungeons ad Dragons.
Cast from solid resin for a stone statue look and feel.
Aug 2017 Release.
Veronese Design is a brand well know all around the world. Products with the Veronese signature are high quality decorative items, figures, sculptures and statuettes. They have a huge creative team that have contributed to over 1000 different designs ranging from wildlife to dance to mythology and the classics. They mainly focus on bronze.
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