The symbol of covetousness, the dragon is the protector of treasure as well as the avid collector. This is the case, even when the treasure formerly belonged to someone who might have wanted to keep it. In the Volsungsaga, Fafnir was a dwarf who was turned into a dragon for his greed. After much heroic behaviour and some not so nice, Sigurd kills Fafnir, and everyone lives happily ever after. Somewhat. We'll draw a veil over the goings-on, ok?
The bronzetone dragon pendant is accented with transparent cobalt blue lampwork tube beads and two small eye beads, because they are considered to have the ability to ward off the 'evil eye'. Two curved openwork bronzetone tubes and smaller bronzetone beads finish the necklace nicely, with a silicone-lined stopper bead allowing the cords to slide through to adjust the length of the necklace. Please choose your preference of leather or cotton cord.