A rare keepsake of adventure, a dragon egg is just the thing to remind you of time spent in the Dragon's Tooth Mountains (when you were young and foolish). Will it hatch? Someday, surely; but dragon eggs are known to have a long incubation period, around 200 years, so you may have a long wait. Disclaimer: no dragons were harmed during the egg harvest!
Dragon eggs are made of polymer clay over blown goose eggs. Embellishments include glitter and Swarovski crystals; and a protective coat of sealer is put on each egg. The large eggs are about 3-1/2 to 4 inches tall, and available in jeweled, taloned, scaled, half-scaled, veined or multi-textured versions. While not fragile like glass, the baked clay can be chipped or broken if dropped, so caution is advised. Styles and colors are available as shown; if you'd like a custom-made egg, choose the "custom" option, and add a note about which style and color you'd like on the checkout page. Each is one of a kind.