Flexible Fairydragon Commission Price Guide

Do to my busy work schedule I am not accepting commissions at this time, thank you for understanding.

The base price for a simple flexible fairydragon ear cuff with a single pair of wings (bat wings, for example) is $200.00 plus international shipping (I'm offering flexible fairydragons with free shipping to the continental United States.)  Alternatively, I'm happy to put a custom colored dragon on eBay for a 7 day auction with a starting bid as low as $149.99 plus international shipping (free shipping to the continental United States.)

Add $15.00 to the base price for a pair of double wings (fairy, butterfly, or dragonfly, for example.)

Add $10.00 to the base price for spikes (horns) all the way down the spine and tail of  the dragon.

Add $15.00 to the base price for a bead held in the dragon's mouth.  (Possibly more for a semi-precious stone like aquamarine. Inquire about stone type.)

Add $10.00 to the base price for a bead clutched with the dragon's tail.  (Possibly more for a semi-precious stone like aquamarine. Inquire about stone type.)

Add $10.00 to the base price for a baby dragon riding on the adult.

Inquire for other customizations as well as specific color combinations or stones.  Most fairydragons can often be completed within 3 weeks.  Email batyaaidan@gmail.com for more information or to be added to my waiting list.

UPDATE - 3-29-11

I've decided to raise the price on my flexible dragons to more accurately reflect my costs.  I know this will disappoint some people and perhaps put one out of their price range.  I will still be offering the smaller cuffs and wraps at a fraction of the flexible dragon cost, so I would recommend getting one of those instead if cost is a factor.  I may occasionally place a flexible dragon on eBay for a lower starting bid a few times a year, if you want to know when they are available please email me to subscribe to my mailing list.

To those who think my price is too high...  These dragons are very difficult to make, and are completely of my own design, I am the only person in the world who makes them.  One dragon represents an average of 38 hours of my time, which means even at my increased price I make less than minimum wage for skilled labor.  In a few months my day job will be going from part-time to full-time, so I will have less free time for my art.  Since my free time will be more precious, it will no longer be worth it to me to underprice my work so drastically just for the sake of a sale.  I appreciate your understanding and your patronage.  For those of you who would like to try to make your own, I have created a tutorial.