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-> Sir Lancelot, Jousting Dragon in Black and Teal
-> Dragon Knight Series, #4

Sir Lancelot is having too much fun! He’s entered the jousting tournament, and he’s ready for the joust to begin. Lance at ready and shield held high, he’s prepared to take on the world. His trusty white steed is just waiting for the signal.

Sir Lancelot is approximately 8 1/2” tall at the wing tip, and 9” by 7” wide. His body was created around a devil’s claw seed pod. His arms and legs are wire, his wings are made of glimmer gauze, and he has faceted glass eyes. His shape and coloring were created with fabric paint. He’s mounted on a furry white bunny – the hopping mechanism doesn’t work, Sir Lancelot is too heavy. He’s holding a bamboo-skewer lance and a gold-painted-shell shield.

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

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.

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Dragon Knight Art Doll: Sir Lancelot, Jousting Dragon in Black and Teal

US$75.00
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Devils claw, wire, fabric paint
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 20 reviews
  • Favorited by: 42 people