Medieval Collectibles has a fine collection of dragon clocks. Our dragon clocks are intricately detailed and made of cold cast resin. A dragon waiting for the right time to strike waits beside the medieval styled clock. Our dragons are counting every second and canâ€™t believe how slow time is moving. These dragon clocks are great to display on a wall in the family room or entry way. Let the dragon watch the clock for you.
Dragons do not always appear as kindly magical guides. In many tales, they play the role of monsters and wreak destruction upon kingdoms. The Hour of the Dragon Clock displays a fierce dragon on top of a monument.
Make the fantasy art of Anne Stokes a regular fixture of your home decor with this charming wall clock. The Fairytale Clock features the picture Once Upon a Time across its back, where a princess encounters a dragon in the forest.
Let your imagination take wing with this creative wall clock featuring the fantasy art of Anne Stokes! The Dragonkin Clock allows you to decorate your home with the image of a young woman holding out a red baby dragon.
Though time passes without notice for dragons, you can make sure you are never late with the Dragon Beauty Clock. Depicted in the form of a gravestone, this clock recalls the swift passage of time while serving as a dragon perch.
First encounters can be critical moments in a relationship. In the Water Dragon Wall Clock by Anne Stokes, a young elven princess lifts a young water dragon in her hands and peers into its eyes.
Moonlight adds an element of mystery to the meetings that occur in its beams. The Silverback Wall Clock by Anne Stokes shows one such encounter between and angel and dragon under the light of a full moon.
The color purple frequently represents wealth and royalty, themes which match well to dragons. The Dragon Beauty Wall Clock by Anne Stokes displays a dragon bending around a violet rose on a violet backdrop.
Vibrant red offers a hint of horror when paired with the silvery tones on this wall clock. The Gothic Guardian Wall Clock by Anne Stokes reveals a metallic dragon entwined around a skeletal cross embedded with rubies.