Objection your honor!
You cannot rule until both sides are finished.
Though ODC makes several circumstantial observations. He has not provided any proof to the to back his claim.
His whole case is based on assuming the creator had innocent intentions and he has yet to provide proof. ODC states they resemble European dragons but has not provided a reason for why they were in the angel.
The dragons were molded into the angel which shows obvious above average purpose they were not just randomly stuffed in. ODC has not provided the reason for the extra time or effort the creator went to to mold them within.
Weather for good or for ill it seems obvious that the creator purposely molded the creatures within the statue for some purpose. Even if for weight the creator chose these statues for a reason. No evidence for good purpose has been provided. The best answer so far provided for none mystical purposes is boredom or weight. To say there is no connection between the angel and the dragon/demons in creation make no sense. It is a statement requiring us to believe that the creator did not care about his figurine. There is no evidence to that rational provided by ODC.
That being said... Having taking a much closer look at the pictures provided believe I have found a connection between the Christmas angel and the dragons.
On closer observation I notice the close resemblance of the third dragon that rests sleeping still within the angel to Gothic Dragon statues that guard cathedrals ramparts. I believe, though I cannot prove it, that the creator placed the gargoyle dragons within the christmas angel, to guard the inside of the angel. In a clever play of artistry. worried that the angel would be to fragile if left empty, molded the guardain dragons within, to give it density and weight to protect its fragle nature.
So in conclusion. the creator combined both artistic mystical belief with his/her need to add weight and density for the protection of the christmas angel and stayed within the confines of the church beliefs about symbols of internal protection of sacride items and places, thus using the well known symbols of gothic statues, namely dragons. The connection is both can be found at a church, which means a religious connections.
Your honor I'm asking you repeal your previous decision, and find that the creator obviously did have the intention to provide a mystical protection to the angel, though for good purpose, not for evil, he/she went out of his/her way to keep to the religious symbolism of the whole statue with balancing a worry of its fragile nature. The creator obviously took the time and effort to create the wards within showing his/her belief they could protect the angel from breaking since as pointed out they would never be seen unless it was broken. So I ask your honor, why bother, why the extra effort, but for an actual belief the creator had in the wards to protect the statue.
I rest my case.