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YT6408 YTC SUMMIT
DRAGON TREASURE BOX

List Price: $
39.90
Our Price: $
32.90
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GUARDIAN DRAGON TREASURE BOXNobleWares Image of Simulated Stone Guardian Dragon Treasure Box YT6408 by YTC Summit 6408 YTC SUMMIT
Constructed of Cold Cast Stone Resin, this Dragon Hinged Box has the "Weight" "Look" "Feel" and "Sound" of real sculpted Porous Stone. Perched on its hinged lid, this intricate box features a Guardian Dragon attentively resting on scrolling celtic knotwork that remains a consistent motif throughout the box surface areas. Twin dragons face each other on back and front, and dragon heads sculpted in deep relief are mounted on both left and right sides. The lid is secured with a magnetized clasp system that is hidden within corners of the lid and box and is equipped with lid holds. A plush black lining throughout the interior of the box, including the lid, provides an enchanted resting place for your favorite things. The box rests upon four four-taloned dragon's feet raising the box base 1/2 inches from a resting surface.

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Material: Cold Cast Stone Resin
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Length: 6-5/8 inches
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Height: 7-1/8 inches
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Depth: 4-1/8 inches
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Weight: 2 lbs. 4.2 oz

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Magnetic Lid Clasp and fabric lid holds
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Felt Lined interior including lid
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THE MEDIEVAL DRAGON
Dragons came to be seen as symbolic for a connection to the natural world. In medieval symbolism, dragons were often symbolic of apostasy and treachery, but also served as symbols for independence, leadership, strength and protection. Many dragons also represent wisdom; slaying a dragon not only gave access to its treasure hoard, but meant the hero had bested the most cunning of all creatures. In some cultures, especially Chinese, or around the Himalayas, dragons are considered to represent good luck. Dragons have been described as powerful non-human beings that have become infamous in vast numbers of legends and fictional stories past and present.

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