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-> Victoria, ‘I can do anything’
-> Devils Claw Dragon #21

Victoria is breaking out of her gilded cage. Right now! It was bad enough that some human captured her in a butterfly net, but when it stuck her in a birdcage – well, that was downright humiliating. And to add insult to injury, it put rice in the feed tray. What self-respecting dragon ever ate rice? Not to mention the lock on the door. How rude! Victoria isn’t putting up with such treatment for a moment longer. No cage can hold her – she can do anything, including escape!

Set Victoria under a bright light, and she’ll glow for several minutes after you turn the light out.

Victoria glows in the dark. She is approximately 6” tall, and 7” by 7” wide. The birdcage is about 13 1/2” tall, and 6” across. Her body was created around a devil’s claw seed pod. Her arms and legs are wire, her wings are made of glimmer gauze, and she has faceted glass eyes. Her shape and coloring were created with fabric paint. She’s breaking out of a gold-tone birdcage, and her feed is “rice” beads.

One-of-a-kind dragon art doll by Deb Salisbury, of MagicSeeker Dragons. No molds are taken - ever!

-- If I can ship multiple-item orders cheaper than my posted rates, I'll refund any excess postage over $1.00.

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Dragon Victoria Escapes a Birdcage: Turquoise Dragon - Glow in the Dark Dragon Art Doll


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  • Handmade item
  • Primary color: Blue
  • Secondary color: Gold
  • Occasion: Divorce
  • Materials: Devils claw, wire, fabric paint
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 21 reviews
  • Favorited by: 115 people