Dragon KeychainDragons are one of the most powerful and respected entities in the Asian countries. It represents nobility, strength, wealth and positive change. Dragon imageries are usually depicted with a pearl within its grasp. The pearl can represents many things, depending on who you ask: opportunity, wealth, and even victory. This lovely and detailed dragon is now available as a keychain to keep with you at all times. It has simulated red crystal eyes which will activate its abilities.
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