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Tibetan Sculptural Dragon Wall Mask
 

The intricate hand-carving in this foot-and-a-half tall, mystical Asian dragon makes it instantly gallery worthy! Based on a historic Chinese original, it is a synergy of movement as it visually assaults the viewer with tongue, horns and flaring mane. If the dragon brings good luck, this artistic rendering cast in quality designer resin is a charm in home or personal gallery.

19"Wx1½"Dx19"H. 7 lbs.
 
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A very imposing piece which has the appearance of a wood carving. This is a large resin casting of a Tibetan temple dragon/demon. It is a catching, handsome wall hanging which will require ample space on your wall. It comes in a wood grain finish but if you are artistically inclined you could easily paint it. Mine came with a few tiny resin blemishes on the nose. These were only noticble on close inspection. This should have been noted at the factory level;however, I was able to fix these without having to return the plaque. I recommend this item to those who value a realistic and imposing Asian decoration. September 5, 2014
Great Everything about these masks are great.everyone that sees them comments on how awesome they are.very happy,packaging was great,no problems with shipping etc.. April 22, 2014
Good quaity Well made and finished. Excellent detail. Good price for an attractive piece. March 16, 2014
Terrifyingly beautiful! Fantastic workmanship. Amazing detail. The color is unimpressive. Consider painting it to make an authentic TIbetan appearance reds, gold, etc.. June 20, 2013
Tibetan Sculptural Dragon Wall Mask Tibetan Sculptural Dragon Wall Mask My wife and I are Buddhist and collect masks from all over the world. This mask, with it's Tibetan heritage, is very special to us. It is hard to believe it is made of resin. It looks like the wood masks we have in our gallery collection. Only upon close inspection and touch do you realize it is not wood. It is exceptionally well made. September 18, 2012
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