Custom Statues
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  Dragons for Home:
   Door Knocker Art
   Bronze Doorbell Lights
   Medieval Chess Boards
   Round Table Knights
   Wine Rack and Holders
   Gothic Zodiac Coasters
  Dragon Desk Items:
   Blank Note Book Art
   Journal & Address Book
   Dragon Letter Openers
   Medieval Letter Openers
   Note Clip Dragons
   Dragon Fountain Pens
   Skull Letter Openers
  Trinkets & Clasps:
   Cape or Cloak Clasps
   Trinket Dragon Boxes
   Snow Globes and Coffin
   Skull & Wizard Globes
 Dragon Trinket Boxes for Elegant Dragon Home Decor
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There are two reasons to put things in a box: to keep them organized, and to get them out of line of sight. When the latter case is a factor, you must then stuff the box out of the way, quite possibly forgetting about it and its contents entirely, or you're stuck looking at whatever shoebox, recycled jar, or Tupperware container you pressed into service. Or you could just place your scattered bits of miscellany in a container that is pleasing to look at and be done with the entire equation. Take for example our dragon jar, a gleaming pot-like container of black resin resting on three draconic legs, draconic heads jutting out in each of the cardinal directions, an infant dragon resting complacently on top. Less elaborate but equally attractive options include a smaller dragon box covered with a twisting pattern of vines, coming in two varieties: a flat-bottomed oval or a coffin shape resting on four dragon faces. Also available is a round box with a detailed series of designs held aloft in a dragon's claw. Finally, there is a casket-shaped box carved to resemble brickwork, decorated with gargoyles. Fantasy role players, these are also great places to keep your dice collection.
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