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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Dragon Hunt Day 4

I'm afraid these cloisonne vases are a little worse for wear but I think the dragons are still rather attractive. Please visit Melli the host of the dragon hunt for other dragon hunters.

11 comments:

Melli said...

I can NOT believe the variety of dragons you OWN!!! Is your decor all oriental? You have some beautiful things! These are gorgeous!

SabineM said...

I am with Melli. I CAN"T GET over it!

Dr.John said...

Those are just the greatest dragons. Make sure you keep the vases far enough apart or they will attack each other. That kind of dragon is not friendly, even with its own kind.

the teach said...

These are absolutely beautiful, Carver! :)

Alice - I Was Born2Cree8 said...

These are very beautiful vases and dragons. I also checked out your earlier Dragon Hunt photos and they also are very good.

I've combined Dragon Hunt with Wordless Wednesday today, and with Ruby Tuesday yesterday. I think you'll like them.

See my Wordless Wednesday post here, my post here, and/or my whole blog I Was Born2Cree8.

Yolanda said...

I am so enjoying the dragon hunt. I can't seem to find any here.

Dee said...

Carver,
This is a cool theme and I love the items you're showing us! I'm trying to remember if I saw one of them when I visited you in June? Hmm . . .

Also, thanks for beaming flower faeries my way! They will be put to good use!

jmb said...

Still going strong I see.

the donG said...

nice! is that hand paint?

Mar said...

Your collection is impressive and beaautiful. I think you need more than one week for this photo challenge!!

Carver said...

Thanks so much to everyone for visiting. To answer a question, the dragons are hand painted and also copper pieces are worked in for the designs. The metallic work is pretty amazing to me. I'm lucky in that I inherited a lot of Chinese pieces as well as ones from other parts of Asia. This is providing my source for dragons. I was glad to get the tip to separate my dragons from Dr. John.