Dragon Knot-Celtic Wood Carved-Power- Primal Force of Nature - Cunning | signsofspirit - Woodworking on ArtFire
"MEANING: Dragons ignite the imagination! Stories and myths of dragons have been around for thousands of years. The Celtic dragon represents sovereignty, power or a chief, such as Pendragon, the Celtic word meaning 'chief'. With the advent of Christianity, dragons became symbolic of paganism and knights eager to prove their faith went dragon hunting. Vikings had dragon figureheads on the prow of their ships, endowing keen sight and cunning to the warriors. Asian dragons were, and in some cultures still are, revered as representative of the primal forces of nature, religion and the universe. In modern times, worlds of fantasy writers abound with dragons that run the gamut from our dearest friends to our deadliest of opponents. So, let your imagination run...Here Be Dragons"