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There are many tales of dragons in Scotland, from Dornoch, Ben Vair and the most famous of all is the Loch Ness monster, a serpent or dragon meaning the same thing and originating from the Greek word Drakon. Here is the tiniest of Scottish drakons...sleeping in the hollows of the rocks. Created with polymer clay and painted with Genesis heat setting paints, it lies on the stone hand painted with acrylic paints and varnished with resin. The stone measures 15 cm by 14 cm and weighs just over 1 kg. Please note driftwood is for display purposes only.
Size/dimensions: 15 cm by 14 cm
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