“Game Of Thrones” may have officially wrapped up, but fans are still talking about the series positively or negatively. Whatever your stance is with the whole series, one thing is for sure — those dragons are pretty cool.
Wouldn’t it be fun to have your own dragon and fly it majestically anywhere you want? Unfortunately, that will never happen, but a metalwork workshop in Wrocław, Poland offers the next best thing.
If you’re still not over the “Game of Thrones” finale and need something to remind you of the good ole days when Daenerys Targaryen had three full dragons, Thomas Grabarczyk and Piter Mojka, who run Rextorn Metalwork, are going to make your dragon dream alive.
“They are mostly decorative objects. Jaime’s Golden Hand took part in the official premiere of the final season of Game of Thrones at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The dragon head is part of the whole dragon, ordered by one of our dear customers.”
These dragons can serve as gargoyles in your homes. Legend has it that gargoyles can protect us from harmful spirits.
He continued that they don’t have ready stocks for these dragons. They are made to order and their prices vary from the difficulty of the request. Thomas noted that sometimes the project takes up to half a year or even longer.
Rextorn Metalwork was selected as one of 18 that HBO asked to design artifacts to celebrate the show’s final season.
“It was on a wave of popularity [from footage of a dragon egg we made going viral] that HBO noticed us and, because the network was working on the final season of the show, decided to get in touch.”
So if you’re a “Game of Thrones” fan with space for a six-foot dragon, then this is for you.
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