You may be tempted to think that this is a carved rose but actually it` not, at least not by a man, bu by nature itself. This splendid natural shaped rose of azurit seems to me the perfect ornamental blue winter rose to be put on Lyanna Stark`s tomb.
Wow, this is so beautiful, I want to have it! Magistral worked! It gives me such melancholic feelsings about the Starks and Jon Snow…
Christmas is coming! And so are these Game of thrones Christmas balls inspired from the sigils of the great houses of Westeros and some of the small ones. Aren`t they cute? Well, have an icy and fiery Westerosi style Christmas, drink a glass of wine with Cersei, make a snowman with Jon Snow and light the fireworks with Tyrion. Merry Christmas! P.S. Watch out for the whitewalkers-for the night is dark and full of terrors. Even the New Year one. 🙂
I`ve always loved Swarovski crystal figurines and these are some of my favorites. I find them suitable with some of the noble houses of Westeros.
The very leopard of house Santagar of Spottswood.
Just the peacock for house Serret.
The white and the black swan of house Swann. Indeed the perfect match with the Swann sigil.
Now comes the seashell of house Westerling. Pink, but still proper. And I like the fact that it`s open and with a pearl inside.
Time for some ”blooming” houses, shall we? Like this magnificent waterlily figurine of house Fenn from the North.
Not a golden rose, but a good one for house Tyrell. Absolutely magnificent. Good, I`m mad after roses!
This is soooooo beautiful! Indeed a masterpiece! The Serretts would be really proud if they could decorate their castle with this artistic, elegant, royal, more than superb ornament. What can I say, it left me speechless…
I imagine the blade being valyrian steel, a dagger used by the Targaryen great warriors and kings : Aegon, Rhaegar or Aerys.
Beautiful, arabian, wood dagger in the shape of a horse-the Bracken`s blazon, cream as the Bracken flag.
Gold, gold, golden roses like on the Tyrell`s sigil, with a touch of green on the lining of the jewelry box, exquisite and elegant for a Tyrell lady to put her jewerly and her perfume in, on her tiny toilet table. God, I want these!
It has exactly the Lannister colors-red and gold, it looks expensive and very sophisticated. And those graven gold faces reminds me of the graven lions on the shoulders of the Lannister armours. It would probably belong to Cersei.