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Antiqued Framed Dragon Claw Artifact : Discarded item

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Greetings;

We present for your consideration, another discarded artifact from The Royal Imperial Museum's collection.

Due to the modern understanding that dragons do not, in fact, exist, the Royal Imperial Museum's Curator decided that their extensive collection of dragon bones and related artifacts, documents and relics were not appropriate to display.

When an interviewer asked if the Royal Imperial Museum itself was fictional, the Curator replied that he should "Bugger off!".

It has been reported that the Curator has since been eaten by hordes of Sewer Goblins that infest the lower reaches of the Museum, which the Curator had long insisted do not exist. The Curator was unavailable for comment on this topic.

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This item is one of a series of Dragon Claws that I have been making recently.
The Claw itself is made of mixed polymer clay and finished with acrylics.
A small metal label holder has been added.

The frame is gold toned, with simulated leather material added by the artist and is ready for wall hanging or to stand on a desk.
Approx Size: 8.5" X 6.5"

~David~
Greetings;

We present for your consideration, another discarded artifact from The Royal Imperial Museum's collection.

Due to the modern understanding that dragons do not, in fact, exist, the Royal Imperial Museum's Curator decided that their extensive collection of dragon bones and related artifacts, documents and relics were not appropriate to display.

When an interviewer asked if the Royal Imperial Museum itself was fictional, the Curator replied that he should "Bugger off!".

It has been reported that the Curator has since been eaten by hordes of Sewer Goblins that infest the lower reaches of the Museum, which the Curator had long insisted do not exist. The Curator was unavailable for comment on this topic.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

This item is one of a series of Dragon Claws that I have been making recently.
The Claw itself is made of mixed polymer clay and finished with acrylics.
A small metal label holder has been added.

The frame is gold toned, with simulated leather material added by the artist and is ready for wall hanging or to stand on a desk.
Approx Size: 8.5" X 6.5"

~David~

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Antiqued Framed Dragon Claw Artifact : Discarded item

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Height: 6.5 Inches
  • Width: 8.5 Inches
  • Depth: 1 Inches
  • Materials: polymer clay, fabric, cloth, paper, metal, acrylic paint
  • Feedback: 41 reviews
  • Favorited by: 18 people
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