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The Subservient Dragon Glass-Topped Sculptural Table
By artist Gary Chang
He’s at your service! The artist has created an almost-yard-tall, stylish and functional dragon-servant for your guests. With his sharp horns and spiked hide, the dragon peeks over a 3/8" thick, pencil-edged glass top to present one of the most imaginative tables we’ve ever seen. Our Toscano catalog exclusive is cast in quality designer resin with Gothic greystone finish and is fully sculpted 360-degrees to be admired from all angles.
27½"Wx21"Dx33½"H. 51 lbs.
The Subservient Dragon Glass-Topped Sculptural Table is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dragon table This table is awsome first thing you see in the man cave and it stands out big time anybody that wants awsome stuff stay with this company you will not be disappointed
Date published: 2016-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is fabulous representation of a dragon and great accent piece to my room, not to mention it's functionality as a table. This dragon is exceptional in design and detail; well made; high quality. Like all the high quality resin products I been fortunate to buy from you, you never cease to amaze me the superior level you create, the variety, and making everything affordable.
Date published: 2016-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from beautiful piece of art/furniture I got this table for my husband for an Anniversary/Valentine's Day gift. He LOVES it!!! It is a beautifully detailed piece of art!!
Date published: 2016-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice Dragon table I have several dragon tables, and this is by far the best, great design, and sturdy glass top
Date published: 2016-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic but Fragile! Absolutely exquisite in design! Not a single detail has been overlooked. Every inch of the body, every scale, Beautiful. My all time favorite piece in my home and everyone that sees him has commented and complimented him, asked me where I purchased it, etc... There are a couple of things that must be considered however. If you purchase him, be sure to keep the packing styrofoam and box that he came in for any future moves, because although in person he looks like he's carved from stone and therefore very heavy, he isn't at all. He is very light and the resin material is actually somewhat delicate. Be careful not to drop anything on him or bump anything into him. I only bumped him with a box during my last move and he now has a hole in his wing in the back! I cried! Even cleaning him can chip off small bits of his dark finish leaving a very stark and obvious white spot, and believe me when I say that he can collect a lot of dust in all of those intricate, tiny places on his body. It can be covered quite easily with a bit of touch up "Sharpie", It sounds tacky but it works and no one has EVER noticed. Probably not a good choice if you have very young children or a clumsy husband. All things considered, I recommend the Subservient Dragon and Design Toscano 110%! If you appreciate dragons and their mythical majesty, this is the piece for you. I would buy him 1000 more times. In fact, I'm looking at the coffee table to purchase today.
Date published: 2012-02-15
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