Richard Orlinski's dragon, benevolent under a threatening air, has its origins in the imaginary Chinese bestiary. With a crest on the top of its head that allows it to fly, it controls the rain and wind. It symbolizes the Yang which is associated with light, the sun and creation.
Ready to leap, its interlocking facets emphasize its movement.
*This product may have some irregularities. To preserve the quality of the product, be careful not to expose it to the sun or put it in contact with water. Also be careful not to apply any chemicals to it.
Dimensions: 10cm high x 23cm long x 9cm wide
Weight: 790g (packaging included)