It’s a known fact dragons have fascinated people all over the world for thousands of years, based on artwork depicting the mythical beasts. From rain-making Asian dragons to fire-breathing European dragons, their appearance and behavior vary by culture. In Chinese art dating back to 1100 B.C., dragons were fairly tame-looking creatures with multiple legs and heads that slightly resembled lions. While they didn’t have wings, these benevolent, wise and heroic dragons could fly. European myths depicted dragons as frightful monsters that resembled a nightmarish blend of snakes, eagles, and lions with wings and scales and/or fur. According to legend, St. George the dragon-slayer was a soldier in the Roman army who killed a dragon guarding the only well in the town of Silene, thereby saving a princess who had been chosen as the sacrificial lamb. Our remarkable collection of dragon furniture is ideal for every dragon lover fascinated by the fiery power of this mythical beast.