Douglas Fey Pottery

Dragons

For centuries dragons were said to exist in many parts of the world.  Believed to inhabit dark forests and caves commonly found in northern and central Europe, dragons were also known throughout the rest of the world except North America and some Pacific islands.  Sighting a dragon in the sky was believed to be an omen of good fortune; in many places dragons served as guardians for treasure, defending it against anyone who threatened.

A dragon is a fitting addition to any garden environment, especially a dragon that "guards" the birds as well as the treasures of your garden.

16WD01

glazed

$145

16WD02

glazed

$145

16WD03

unglazed

$140

16WD04

glazed

$140

16WD05

glazed

$140

16WD06

unglazed

$140

16WD07

unglazed

$155

16WD08

unglazed

$140

16WD09

glazed

$150

16WD10

unglazed

$145

16WD11

unglazed

$155

16WD12

unglazed

$140

16WD13

unglazed

$145

16WD14

glazed

$140

16WD15

unglazed

$155

16WD16

glazed

$145

16WD17

unglazed

$140

16WD18

glazed

$145

16WD19

unglazed

$140

16WD20

glazed

$145

16WD21

glazed

$145

16WD22

glazed

$145

16WD23

glazed

$145

16WD24

glazed

$155

16WD25

glazed

$145

14WD26

unglazed

$150

16WD27

glazed

$150

16WD28

glazed

$150

16WD29

glazed

$150

16WD30

glazed

$145