Official Selina Fenech Winged Things Dragons Leather Book Wallet Case Cover For Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

Bringing you the best fantasy artwork for your phone and tablet from Australian artist Selina Fenech! Her artworks span many enchanted art genres from fairy art, to goddess, pagan, mermaid, unicorn, angel, dragon, mythology, and fantasy art. We have you covered with the widest range of majestic Selina Fenech designs in the market!

Designed for modern lifestyle. This official Selina Fenech soft leather wallet style case has been handmade to be stylish and functional.

Refined style and protection. This stylish case suits any occasion whist keeping your mobile device protected and functional. It is designed to be sleek enough for your pocket, yet secure with its magnetic closure system to hold your mobile device whilst allowing easy access to ports and sockets.

Form meets function. This wallet conveniently features three slots to hold your credit cards and cash. And when it is time to relax you can set your mobile device to your preferred viewing angle with its adaptable angular mechanism to watch videos, check newsfeed or go social – the perfect partner for your mobile device.

A Snap to Install. Single piece body design locks in protection in a simple snap. Swapping between multiple cases is as easy as changing into your favorite T-shirt!

  • Official Selina Fenech product
  • Handcrafted leather construction
  • Multiple card slots for ID or credit cards
  • Multi-view stand. Ideal for watching movies
  • Magnetic closure system
  • Full access to all ports and speakers

Product Features

  • Official Selina Fenech product
  • Handcrafted leather construction
  • Multiple card slots for ID or credit cards
  • Multi-view stand. Ideal for watching movies
  • Magnetic closure system

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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