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PL2 - Wyverex Dragon Plate - Following a tradition going back to Roman Britain, pewter was the most common type of plate used for most of the later period up to the C.18th, when porcelain succeeded. Alchemy make a highly polished traditional C.17th style 11" (280mm) pewter dinner plate, with the added detailed motif of the legendary dragon. I love this plate and would eat every meal off it if I could. Perfect for medieval banquet or as a wedding gift - why not suggest this to the inlaws?
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DR603 - Dragonlore Dish - The classical dragon slinks around the edge in protection of his personal den. While this can be used as an offering dish, it can also be used for an incense holder by placing dragon sands or salt on the bottom to absorb the heat and a charcoal round on top of the dragon sands or salt. This can also be used as a candy dish (for chocolate of course!), a desk ornament for paper clips etc or whatever you choose!
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