PIECE PROFILES

EN2376 - Shannarah


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 Shannarah

Dragongorge is a forboding place.  The deserts hold many secrets yet only a few have ever seen its splendour.  Yet, it is said that these barren wastes give life to the most spectacular dragons ever to grace Enchantica and stories of these beasts hold even the most disinterested ears.

There is one that is said to be the mightiest of all Desert Kings.  Itís name is Shannarah.  Noted by the Great Danskamere and revered Dragon Master Shadragora, the king of the Eastern Realms reigns supreme.

Upon the Simoom Winds Shannarah takes its home, a dragon of might views his lands from the rocky peaks  His coat is of the toughest scale, his back is crowned with hardened spines and upon his head a crown of horns which seemingly shimmer in the suns dying throes.  He moves through his domain with reverence and pride, his hide shimmering with golds and bronzes and to all that see him revere his very presence and yet his reputation goes before him, for he truly has no rival with lightening quick reactions and sharpened teeth, none amongst his dragon brethren would darew to take his crown.

(The above is taken from the certificate)

NUMBER

EN2376

NAME

SHANNARAH

TITLE

DESERT DRAGON

SCULPTOR

ROB SIMPSON

HEIGHT

30cm (12")

RELEASED

July 2003

RETIRED/SOLD OUT

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LIMITED

950

NUMBER ACTUALLY MADE

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ORIGINAL SELLING PRICE (£)

£225.00

BOOK

Not in any Book

PAGE

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CHAPTER

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PICTURE

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OTHER INFORMATION

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Original artwork of Shannarah below was drawn by Rob Simpson and as such he owns the ©copyright to this art - used with kind permission









This piece came with the full colour card folder type certificate

This piece also had a tiny card tied to it

Below is a photo of two pieces at the factory before they were released

Below are four official photos of the original wax sculpture
(Photos dated 1st of November 2002)



The photos below show what remains of the wax master after it is removed from the mould, as you can see there's not a lot left (the wings were just a pile of wax!) so it must be a tense moment hoping that the first casting was a sucess


 

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