Dragon Skeleton Spooky Christmas Decor Fireplace Yard Entryway Shop Restaurant

Dragon Skeleton Spooky Christmas Decor Fireplace Yard Entryway Shop Restaurant

Dragon Skeleton Spooky Christmas Decor Fireplace Yard Entryway Shop Restaurant

Dragon Skeleton Spooky Christmas Decor Fireplace Yard Entryway Shop Restaurant

Dragon Skeleton Spooky Christmas Decor Fireplace Yard Entryway Shop Restaurant

Dragon Skeleton Spooky Christmas Decor Fireplace Yard Entryway Shop Restaurant

Dragon Skeleton Spooky Christmas Decor Fireplace Yard Entryway Shop Restaurant

Dragon Skeleton Spooky Christmas Decor Fireplace Yard Entryway Shop Restaurant

Scare your neighbors, guests, kids, customers and trick or treaters! Receive them with your own dragon skeleton! A medieval macabre addition for an Outstanding Halloween decoration. This winged monster is ready to protect your home, store, restaurant or haunted house. His fangs are the size of fingers! Size: 49″ long from snout to tail tip ; 36″ high from wing tip to foot. This spooky dragon skeleton will be the best watcher next to the trunk or treat or next to the sweet treats table this Halloween. This Dragon Skeleton is ideal for your Entryway, Garden, Yard, Hall, Lobby, Front Door, Porch, Deck, Pool yard. The Perfect Garden Decor! Add a light reflector under this skeleton and boost the scary atmosphere! Use glow in the dark paint to accentuate contours under LED UV black light. After Halloween, this is a great addition to your Room Decor. It will also catch all the eyes in your Living Room if you place it just next to the TV stand! Decorate your Home, Garden, Restaurant, Store or Shop with this amazing creature that will catch all the eyes! Make everyone feel as if they were in Game of Thrones, or in the Maleficent or Harry Potter in Goblet of Fire movies. With this mythical dragon body and skull. Dragons are among the most popular and enduring of the world’s mythological creatures. Dragon tales are known in many cultures, from America to Europe, and from India to China. They have a long and rich history in many forms and continue to populate our books, films and television shows. These huge, flying monsters were described at least as early as the age of the ancient Greeks and Sumerians. For much of history, dragons were thought of as being like any other mythical animal: sometimes useful and protective, other times harmful and dangerous. When Christianity spread across the world, dragons took on a sinister interpretation and came to represent the evil. In medieval times, most people who heard anything about dragons knew them from the Bible, and it’s likely that most Christians at the time believed in the literal existence of dragons. After all, Leviathan, the massive monster described in detail in the Book of Job, sounds like a dragon. The belief in dragons was based not just in legend but also in hard evidence, or at least that’s what people thought long ago. No one knew what to make of the giant bones that were occasionally unearthed around the globe, and dragons seemed a logical choice for people who had no knowledge of dinosaurs. Dragons have features from many other beasts, such as the head of an elephant in India, that of a lion or bird of prey in the Middle East, or numerous heads of reptiles such as serpents. Their body color may range from green, red, and black to unusually yellow, blue or white. The word “dragon” comes from the ancient Greek word draconta , meaning to watch , suggesting that the beast guards treasure, such as mountains of gold or precious gems. The Christian church created legends of righteous and godly saints battling and vanquishing Satan in the form of dragons. The most celebrated of these was St. George the Dragon Slayer, who in legend comes upon a town threatened by a terrible dragon. He rescues a fair maiden, protects himself with the sign of the cross, and slays the beast. The town’s citizens, impressed by St. George’s feat of faith and bravery, immediately converted to Christianity. In the modern age of smartphones and videos, it’s unthinkable that any giant, winged fire-breathers inhabit Earth’s lands or skies unseen. Dragons have been around for millennia. Through epic fantasy fiction by J. Tolkien and others, dragons have continued to spark our collective imagination and show no sign of dying out. The item “Dragon Skeleton Spooky Christmas Decor Fireplace Yard Entryway Shop Restaurant” is in sale since Monday, October 12, 2020. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Holiday & Seasonal Décor\Yard Décor”. The seller is “gavinro-54″ and is located in La Vista, Nebraska. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Occasion: Halloween
  • Brand: Unbranded
  • Type: Sculpture
  • Features: Waterproof
May 2, 2021 at 1:45 pm by admin
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