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Heraldic Dragon Pendant - Pewter
Quantity:  3.75

During the medieval period Knights in armour would decorate their shields with heraldic designs. These would be used to identify each knight either on the battlefield or during a tournament. Some of the most popular heraldic designs featured animals and mythical beasts, the fleur de lis, crowns and flowers.

The Heraldic Dragon Pendant is made from lead-free pewter and is supplied on a silver chain. The fold-over information card is full colour and has historical information on the reverse.

 
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