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-> William the Conqueror
-> Dragon Knight Series, #2

William has joined the dragon auxiliaries of the SCA, and he’s chosen to call himself William the Conqueror. Mounted on his trusty white steed (he thinks a white horse goes brilliantly with his green coloring), armored in gold and black, and with his golden shield slung over his arm, William has his sword raised to lead the charge!

One-of-a-kind dragon art doll by Deb Salisbury, of MagicSeeker Dragons.

William is approximately 7” tall, and 11” by 7” wide. His body was created around a devil’s claw seed pod. His arms and legs are wire, her wings are made of glimmer gauze, and he has faceted glass eyes. His shape and coloring were created with fabric paint. He’s dressed in a sequined amour vest, and he’s carrying a sewing needle and a shell shield. William is mounted on a wooden horse Christmas ornament.

This art doll comes with a certificate of authenticity. No molds are taken. It is not a toy, and is not intended for children. The color on your monitor may differ slightly from the exact color of the dragon.

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

Thank you for looking at my dragons!

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Green Dragon Knight Art Doll: William the Conqueror Dragon

$70.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Devils claw, wire, fabric paint
  • Feedback: 16 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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