Medieval Dragons Ancient & World Dragons Post-Medieval Dragons Catalog
It simply isn't an adventure worth telling if there aren't any dragons. ~J.R.R. Tolkien
Dragons are found in nearly every culture. These are post-medieval to Victorian dragons from Victorian anatomical texts, folklore, and Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau designs. Here are dragons from William Morris textile designs, a William De Morgan dragon design in his 'Persian' palette, as well as dragons taken from Golden Age illustrations.
Constellation Draco from Ptolemy's Almagest, 1690
William Buelow Gold, 1832, Leafy Sea Dragon
Mercurius as three-headed dragon, Rosicrucian Compendium, 1760
Winged dragon of Wales
William De Morgan Persian dragon
Draco and Ursa Minor constellation card, 1825. The Herperian Drakon, a 100-headed dragon, guarded the immortal golden apples of the Hesperides.
Ouroboros dragon from the Clavis Inferni sive magia alba et nigra approbata Metratona, 18th century
Infinity dragon based on JRR Tolkien drawing of a Middle Earth dragon
Celtic Dragon, Friedrich Johann Justin Bertuch, Bilderbuch fur Kinder 1806
Three-headed dragon based on Arthur Rackham dragon
Maxfield Parrish Reluctant Dragon
Dark and light dragons from the Clavis Inferni sive magia alba et nigra approbata Metratona, a late 18th century book of magic
Uricus, a red-crowned and winged serpent, as King of the East, Clavis Inferni sive magia alba et nigra approbata Metratona, 18th century
Per Dragon (4 inch): $66
Per Dragon (6 inch): $77
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Dragons from medieval illuminations, bestiaries, and tracts, are here: Medieval and Bestiary dragons.
Due to overcrowding, Ancient and World dragons have moved to their own page: Ancient and World Dragons.
Tile: Tumbled Marble Stone
Size: 6 inch square tiles (15.4 cm)
Thickness: 3/8 inch (1 cm)
Weight: 22 ounces (.62 kg) each tile
*Also available in 4 inch tiles
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