Nestled deep in an active volcanic cavern, this dragon egg was left all alone. No one knows for sure how long, but it had been at least a century from journal entries kept by a brave explorer and his family. As the final descendant neared his end of life, he brought us the egg, afraid it would disappear into obscurity forever. His only wish was for it to find a loving home, in case it ever hatched. While we aren't sure if it will hatch, we do know the magma is no longer hot, requires little to no care, and looks amazing.
This is a handmade work of art, made with recycled materials. Its about 5" tall and 3" inches wide. One of a kind.
Coral Dragon Egg Under Glass
A brave adventurer came across this dragon specimen while scuba diving off the coast of Aruba. Nestled in a coral reef, this dragon egg still has the barnacles on it, and is preserved under glass for your regular enjoyment, and holds many secrets under a black light. Warning: Removing glass may cause the dragon to hatch.
This handmade art piece comes from recycled materials, and is absolutely one of a kind. About 4" inches tall, and 3" inches wide.
Red Dragon Egg In Treasure Chest
This red dragon egg comes to life, peeking out into the world among the red crystal geodes. Lost inside a travelers treasure chest for centuries, but recently found, and ready to come home with you.
One of a kind. Handmade art piece from recycled materials. About 6" tall, and 5" wide.