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Dragon Gifts

Dragons have always been cool! A symbol in every culture, and for every part of recorded history. But if there's one thing cooler than dragons, it's our diverse range of awesome dragon-themed gifts that you could give to a dragon fanatic of any age.

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Damascus Battle Sword of the Han Dynasty

This sword has a Damascus steel blade with a dragon and Chinese writing etched into it. Features elaborate hilt and pommel. Palisander wood scabbard and ornate display box. Overall length of 34 inches.

Damascus Dragon’s Tooth Dagger

This dagger sports a Damascus steel blade with a triangular bevel. Ornate brass filigree work on spiral grey/black Pakkawood handle with matching rounded pommel. Leather belt sheath included. Overall 12-1/4 inches.

Double Dragon Leather Journal

This journal features a full leather wrap-around cover embossed with a Double Dragon design. Expertly hand-bound with 300 pages of handmade paper. Antique brass latch on the front. 7-1/4" x 5-1/4" x 1-1/4".

Dragon Bookends

This horned dragon bookends are intricately sculpted and cast in resin. Hand painted to look like ancient, antique stone. Measures 7-1/4" x 4” x 4-1/8”.

Dragon Drinking Horn

This horn goblet is handmade with carved dragon scales and features deep etched lines. Approximately 11” tall with a 3” opening. Capacity of approximately 14 oz.

Dragon Eye Trinket Box

This trinket box is made of resin then painted with metallic colors. Features a glass dragon eye in the center. Measures 4” in diameter.

Dragon Flame Journal

This hardback journal has an orange metallic finish and is embossed on both sides with an artwork by fantasy illustrator Ruth Thompson. 100 plain paper pages with an elastic band closure.

Dragon Hatchling Gold

This gold baby dragon is made in a cold-cast resin and then painted for an authentic look. Approximately 4-1/2" tall, 11" in diameter.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Viking Throwing Axe

With the neo-Viking engraving on the head, I was definitely not expecting this axe to be so solid. Sharper than I expected as well, took a beating with no looseness in the handle. I'm not that great at throwing, but was able to stick 7 out of 12 throws right from the box!
Reviewed by: Guest, December 02, 2017

Review of: Damascus Dragon’s Tooth Dagger

Excellent dagger.  The fit and finish is good and the blade would perform what it was designed to do very well.  The blade has a thick center giving it strength and tapers down to a sharp edge with a needle sharp point.  Factory edge will cut paper just barely but this type of weapon is not meant for cutting and it would be perfect for its intended purpose.  Overall I'm very happy with this purchase.
Reviewed by: Michael, June 01, 2017

Review of: Dragon Hunter Fantasy Axe

I loved the way this axe is made - It's very sturdy and lethal. But I bought it intending to customize it. First, I took off the spiked pommel and replace it with a steel sword pommel. Then I peeled off the handle covering and replaced it with leather and upholstery nails. I then glued three small skulls on the handle above the leather, stained it with "Autumn glow" wood stain (a beautiful brown color) and wrapped a section of faux fur below the axe head. I then gave it an aged patina using mustard (you can find this on the 'net). It looks much better now, more like an ancient battle axe. It's my favorite "medieval" weapon!  
Reviewed by: Terry, March 28, 2017

Review of: Damascus Battle Sword of the Han Dynasty

This sword is amazing. The quality and construction greatly exceeded my expectations. The scabbard is also very nice. I have several swords and daggers from Museum Replicas, and this may be the finest one yet.
Reviewed by: James, February 24, 2017

Review of: Dragon Hatchling Green

Cool little statuette.  Really tricks out my bookshelf.
Reviewed by: William, February 09, 2017

Review of: The Dragon's Lure Stud Earring

This looks great!
Reviewed by: Michael, December 09, 2016

Review of: Damascus Dragon’s Tooth Dagger

A beautiful dagger.  Superb workmanship and detail.  The sheath is excellent also.  They are truly fine pieces to go with my costume for the Arizona Renaissance Festival this year.  I couldn't be more pleased with my purchase.
Reviewed by: Michael, October 10, 2016

Review of: Flying Dragon Neck Knife

Item looks as photographed and feels substantial without seeming over-heavy. Blade separates with a reasonable tug and goes back securely with reasonable pressure. Blade not too sharp on arrivsl, which for me was just tight  as I plan to use it mostly for opening cardboard an paper parcels. Very fetching appearance, though I will rechain for more medieval look. Very satisfied.
Reviewed by: Justin, June 30, 2016

Review of: Damascus Battle Sword of the Han Dynasty

First sword I've gotten here, and the first sword I have gotten in a long time. First impression, I was impressed with the little box it came in. Very ornate, specially the wooden scabbard. The craftsman ship certainly shows in the Damascus blade. Very solid feel and I like the small cleaning kit that comes with it. It also came with a small book full of other blades. I hope they stock these too! Thanks for the great blade museum! I will definitely be coming back, now that I'm getting back into sword collecting.
Reviewed by: Corey, June 14, 2016

Review of: Dragon Hunter Fantasy Axe

This is a very substantial, cool-looking Fantasy axe. I have read previous revues that blasted it as cheap and flimsy, but that is not what I found. Everything is well put-together, sturdy, and well-finished. One does have to take care that the wickedly spiked ball at the bottom of the handle does not rip your wrist up as you wield it. The wide blade is sharp, as is the spike on the back. I do not know if it would stop a dragon, but it would certainly make a man change direction if he saw it coming at him. I like it!      ERSJR, Hanover, Virginia
Reviewed by: Edmund R., December 16, 2015