Dragons, lizards, reptiles, dinosaurs; We love to fear them, we love to read about them, fantasize about them, and most of all, we love to love them.
No matter whether you believe them to be myth, a member of the dinosaur family, or a true fire breather; you can and usually do acknowledge that they are magnificent.
In medieval times the knights went off to slay the dragon and save the maiden or the town. Was the dragon really a metaphor? No one knows but how many towns can we say for certain were burned to the ground by a dragon? Were the flying beasties really other worldly?
Over the centuries many monuments and statues have been created to portray and celebrate the winged beauties. Dragons have been drawn in all colors, with the most popular being red. The Welsh and the Chinese dragon are usually depicted in flaming red colors.
Medieval Gothic Sculptures are made from granite, stone, or some resin making it look grey or black. It reminds us of the old days of knights and castles and wooden drawbridges.
If you love the Medieval Gothic Sculptures, take a look low and find something that will really set off your decorating, or as a gifts for a dragon lover.
I know I would be happy with any of them, in case you are asking 🙂
Design Toscano Desmond the Dragon SculptureDesign Toscano Horned Dragon of Devonshire WallMythical Winged Dragon Climbing Medieval Castle StatueDesign Toscano The Dragon of Falkenberg CastleDragon Garden StatueDungeon Chained Skeletal Dragon Protruding Skull Wall