Glass Coaster Dragon Terracotta

Item number: 33267

The coaster is made of the natural product terracotta (ita.: terra cotta 'burnt earth') and decorated with a floral dragon pattern on the top. It is reminiscent of a fresco.

Category: Magnets & Coaster


9,95 €
≈ £ 9.14

including 19% VAT. , plus shipping (Warenpost)

available for order

Shipping time: 1 - 3 workdays

Piece
 



Shipping weight:
0,31 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ):
10,00 × 10,00 × 1,00 cm

Glass Coaster Dragon Terracotta - decorative and useful

As a flowery fresco, the glass coaster Drache Terracotta appears timeless, playful and filigree. It is used in private households as well as at medieval markets or for special events. With its floral dragon pattern, it is appreciated as a real eye-catcher not only among connoisseurs of antiquity.

Practical - unique - optically antique

Our glass coaster Drache convinces as a useful everyday object. At the same time it fits into the mythical symbolism by its optical shape. Its surface is porous, the edges are rough and natural and a thin cork base on the underside protects the furniture. Other features include..:

  • Material: natural product terracotta fired
  • Product dimensions: 10 x 10 x 2,5 cm
  • Top: printed and glazed with floral dragon pattern
  • Optics: Decoration and article of daily use in used optics

Motive dragon: mythical creatures in many cultures

In many cultures a dragon is a mixture of several existing animals or a snake with several heads. Other features include a split tongue, piercing eyes, poisonous breath and a fire-breathing throat. Dragons are defeated by so-called dragon killers in a heroic battle. The dragon killers are characterized by skill, cunning and faith. They belong to the deities and are considered powerful heroes or saints. In religion, especially in the Bible and Christianity, the dragon fight is about good and evil. Here the dragon, as a beast, represents the evil that must be defeated. Today, the dragon has lost its misanthropic symbolism as far as possible. We encounter him in fantasy novels, children's literature, cartoons, as a heraldic animal and in the advertising industry. Today he embodies positive qualities such as strength, endurance, pride and willingness to learn.

Dragon - a symbol in change

This high-quality accessory serves you as a basis for topics such as: "The symbol of the dragon and its meaning", "Regional cultural history in the mirror of the dragon" or "From the symbol of the beast to the humane companion".

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