The set of three glass, mouth-blown and hand-painted figurines of: a shoemaker called Dratewka, a purple dragon and a ship. The set packed in an elegant box decorated with a picture of Polish flowers and filled with a black sponde. These ornaments belong to “Wawel Dragon Legend” Collection, which was inspired by Polish myth about horrible reptile, which brought terror in old medieval Cracow. The dragon has been tamed by humble shoemaker called Skuba, who used a trick: he fed the monster with a ship filled with sulfur. Poisoned dragon drank so much, that he cracked, and the shoemaker in the award of his courage was showerd with gold by Polish King Krak.
Measures of ornaments: 5-13,5 cm
Hand made in Polan