Dragon eggs are large eggs with tiny scales, which shimmer like polished metal in the sunlight. Dragon eggs come in a variety of rich colors. The color of the eggshell appears to indicate the coloring of the dragon within: from the deep green egg, with burnished bronze flecks hatches Rhaegal, a dragon with jade-green scales and wings and bronze eyes from the pale cream egg streaked with gold and bronze hatches the dragon Viserion, who has golden eye and cream-colored and golden-colored scales from the black egg with scarlet ripples and swirls hatches the dragon Drogon, whose scales and teeth are black, and whose horns, spinal plates, and eyes are red. Dragons have been known to lay eggs in a clutch of up to at least five, and a dragon may lay several clutches during its lifetime. Although the subject of dragon mating habits is debatable, some maesters believe that if a dragon never laid an egg in its lifetime, it must be male. Whether an egg has to be fertilized by a male dragon in order to hatch is not known.
The Gold Dragon Egg Cufflinks was designed to show off artistic accent by bringing to life a rare piece that will definitely compliment gentleman’s attire. Combined together with a beaming shade of gold to embody sophistication at its finest. Embrace the loud statement of being one of a kind by wearing this picturesque piece.
Cufflink Style: 1046-CL