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Wednesday, 2 September 2009

ABC Wednesday - G.


G
is for
GIFT.
A Gorgeous Gift of a red Glass dragon, given to me by Eldest Daughter.


It grabs the clear glass pillar with golden claws.


And it has gleaming golden gnashers and horns as well.

More great entries this week can be found through the ABC Wednesday page, although the McLinky isn't working so we're using the comments again!

16 comments:

~JarieLyn~ said...

What a wonderful gift and the color is so vibrant. How long have you been collecting dragons?

I am the dragon in chinese astrology.

Daryl said...

Gloriously gorgeous garnet glass dragon!

James Higham said...

That's not monochrome!

Granny Smith said...

I'm jealous! Probably my dragons would feel feel jealous, too, of the vibrant beauty of another of their kind!

BJ Roan said...

It is a beautiful color! Nice Gift.

jay said...

Oh, isn't he beautiful? I love the gilding on tooth and claw - and the fierce way he's writhing around that glass pillar!

Life with Kaishon said...

It is beautiful! I like your daughter : ) She knows her Mama well, right? : )

Betty said...

That is a wonderful red dragon.What is his name?

Joanna said...

A great G item. I like all the G words in your post as well.

Dr.John said...

I love that dragon.

Roger Owen Green said...

When I was a kid, I used to go to Corning Glass works in upstate New York. I've long been fascinated by the different things one can do with glass. Here's one lovely example.

Jama said...

What a wonderful gift!

Aileni said...

GiGaGorGeous!

Tumblewords: said...

Gosh! What could be finer than a red glass dino? Gorgeous!

Nydia said...

Your kids know how to pamper you! :o) What a beautiful gift! I can imagine you paying attention to every little detail when byou got it!

Everything here is going back to tracks, Miss Dragon! I'm feeling light like a feather.

Kisses from us.

Irene Toh said...

I'm sure this will take pride of place in your collection. My sons used to be crazy about the gothic style Dragon set construction sets so we still have lots of those dragons in our cupboards.