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Welsh Lovespoons - ornately carved spoon traditionally made from a single piece of wood by young men, especially in Wales, as a token for their sweethearts, to show their affection and intentions. The earliest surviving example, displayed in the Welsh Folk museum in Cardiff, dates from around 1667, although the tradition probably dates back long before that.

griffin!!!! This middle-eastern and medieval european creature was the guardian of great treasures hidden in remote locations. Scientists believe that dinosaur bones found in the steppes and the deserts of Eurasia inspired this legendary monster.

Griffin Statue by Andy Butler on 500px

Welsh Dragon Llanfaes Isle of Anglesey - Ynys Môn Wales Henllys Lane (Henllys Hall - Holiday Property Bond site)

Original signed etching by Isabel Saul early to mid 1900s, Title 'Daffodils'

Joe Leonard's Griffin at the Mythic Creatures Exhibit. The Griffin appears in the stories of many cultures in North Africa, the Middle East and Europe. Griffins symboylize majestic and noble creatures, like eagles and lions. Found at the Frazier History Museum, in Louisville, Kentucky

Carved panel, a Griffin segreant.