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Stoker's Moors Dragon Skull Statue
By artist Liam Manchester. Look what mythical beasts our artist dug up in his garden!
We can't vouch for their authenticity, but artist Liam Manchester says these dragon bones are "archeologically accurate." With a head more than two feet long, our large-scale trophy for your home or garden is guaranteed to impress friend and foe with its sheer magnitude and detail. Cast in quality designer resin and finished to be indistinguishable from authentic fossils, Manchester also discovered a smaller-scaled cousin for garden or optional wall hanging. Bring inside during freezing temperatures. See alternate views for detail of smaller-scaled version.

Small: 14"Wx19"Dx8"H.10 lbs.
Large: 18"Wx26"Dx18½"H. 22 lbs.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very striking! This is the first thing you notice when you enter my sunroom and it's just outstanding. I've only had it for a week and I've already received several compliments on it. it's remarkably detailed and even the small one is large. The bone structure is fantastic; so much so that I just might have to purchase the large one and find a place for it outside. I am more of a gargoyle person but this piece caught my eye a while back; I finally had a place for it so I picked it up and I'm thrilled with it. April 13, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Toscano animal, fantasy, gargoyle products I would have purchased a slightly smaller version of the exact same skull as it was for my son as I have purchased many such items from you and the space in his den is getting crowded. However this piece was so detailed and unmatched in features by any other skulls I looked at that it was a no brainer. He'd have to make room for it. He thought it was just as awesome as I did. Totally mind blowing.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! January 28, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Stoker's Moors Dragon Skull : Large I bought one of these a few years ago and it looked just like the picture. This one that I just purchased is not up to the same standard. It is grey and black which does not look at all like old bone. December 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Authentic looking Am totally impressed with the detail of The Stoker's Moors Dragon Skull Sculpture. Have gotten many good comments on it, since I have put it in my garden. Everyone that has seen it has loved it. July 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by great,I have always wanted one of these now I wish I would have gotten one sooner I recieved this Dragon skull for a birthday gift .So I took it to the edge of the woods and sat on a mossy log and my wife took a picture of it with me,Later on we showed freinds and neighbors you should have seen the look on there faces when we told them we found it in a sink hole in our woods.but then we had to break down and say what it really was,it was sort of a funny prank for a minute or two April 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by My favorite piece. I saw this for sale, I had to have it. I like stuff like this, I have 2 alligators, for instance. I have it in a prominent position by my small pond. The only maintenance I had to do was the horns, the paint chipped off so I repainted them Bronze. When that chipped I painted the chipped areas black to make the horns look ancient and it worked out really well. Mine is also a slightly different model and whiter than the present one. April 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by The dragon skull was more then what I expected. The dragon skull is awesome. When I opened the box it blew me away and the skull was packaged very well in the box. It was quite heavy and more then what I expected. I bought the skull for a christmas gift for my husband and when he opened the box and took out the skull it made his day. He put the skull on the table and it is quite massive and eye catching on the table. We were both very pleased with the dragon skull and it is a very nice show piece to have at your home. January 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by High interest for children and adults I bought this for a specific place in my garden and always enjoy watching when someone new approaches that area and how long they stand there studying it before they approach, and then call others over to see and they have a big discussion about whether it is real, laughing, etc. Lot's of fun!! I put together an explanation page (completely made up) about the origin of the casting with a long history - and at the end spill the beans. Everyone always gets a kick out of this. I bought the large one, and my sheet explains it is an adolescent skull about 1/3 the size of an adult. Always gets big eyes. Fun, fun, fun! January 15, 2014
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