Dragons are an enigma. Although no one has ever seen a live, fire-breathing dragon, many cultures throughout the globe have tales or historical art with depictions of dragon-like creatures. In Asia, they tend to be long, serpent-like creatures that are associated with good luck, wisdom, and the celestial realm. In other parts of the world, dragons are more along the lines of dangerous, cunning beasts that need to be destroyed for the sake of both peasants and princesses. We don't usually think of them as being cute but given the right sort of imagination and the hands of a talented sculptor, dragons can be downright adorable.
Blushing Babel, the Bashful Dragon shows that even scaled, winged beasts can be cute. Poor Blushing Babel tries to use its tail to hide its face. Curiosity gets the better of him though, and he takes a peek with just one eye to see who might be watching him. This little dragon is a wonderful complement to a backyard watched over by exquisite garden fairies and hard-working gnomes.
Mayze, the Garden Protector of the Orb is another dragon that looks more like a cute, little pet than an intimidating monster. As it sits atop an orb, Mayze seems more concerned with scratching itself than fending off any would be intruders.
Enjoy a 20% discount on these adorable dragon sculptures, garden fairies, and anything else from Design Toscano until May 27th as part of our Memorial Day Sale.
This sale cannot be combined with other offers.