Ceramic Dragon Oil Lamp For The Mother Of Dragons – Design You Trust

Ceramic Dragon Oil Lamp For The Mother Of Dragons


Here is a sculpture of a fire breathing dragon. His belly is hollow, and torch oil can be put inside. By adjusting the thickness of the wick you can set how big the flame to be. As a piece of decoration it can be placed anywhere indoors. For lighting purposes it’s better to use it outdoors because depending on the oil you use, there can be smoke and soot around the flame.

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