Known for their large, beautiful dragon figures created with precise, incredible detail, Enchantica dragons are highly collectable. Since Enchantica doesn't have an official site, a listing of the full catalog of their work can be found at Enchantica Catalog from Sorcerer's Library.
Franklin Mint Mood Dragons
Franklin Mint produces a series called Mood Dragons, which have sets of themes. They are medium-sized ceramics and cartoony in design, possessing bright colors and often-humorous dispositions. Since there is no official website for Mood Dragons, below a list of Mood Dragon names is provided.
Adult Mood Dragons
Baby Mood Dragons
- Comfy & Cozy
Millennium Mood Dragons
Month/Character Mood Dragons
- Bubbly, The New Year Mood Dragon
- Brainy, The Back-To-School Mood Dragon
- Sparky, The Independence Day Mood Dragon
- Yummy, The Picnic Mood Dragon
- Paddy, The Irish Mood Dragon
- Sandy, The Seaside Mood Dragon
- Plenty, The Thanksgiving Mood Dragon
- Soggy, The April Showers Mood Dragon
- Spooky, The Halloween Mood Dragon
- Jolly, The Christmas Mood Dragon
- Purdy, The Flower Mood Dragon
- Sweetie, The Valentine Mood Dragon
The Phoenix Collection
High quality pewter figurines fill the entire Phoenix Collection. A subset of this collection is dedicated entirely to dragons, ranging from a dragon's egg to a sea serpent to a mighty hydra.
In 2006, the designers for Pocket Dragons retired, so there will be no new Pocket Dragons. These cute, fun dragons range in size from very small to medium. There is no official website anymore, but a list of Pocket Dragons can be found at Pocket Dragons from Astral Castle.
Steal Street has a wide variety of dragon figures and statues, ranging from very small to very large. They can be figurines, incense burnings, statues, frames, decor, etc. The variety ranges from highly colorful fantasy to pewter-style statues to cartoony figurines.
Known for their fantasy decor, Windstone Editions presents beautiful dragon figurines that have incredible color.