Where to Order Fairy Collectibles
These polymar clay miniature character and fantasy dolls are the work of Lyn Trenary. Faeries range in size approximately 1 1/4 " to 1 1/2" sitting, 1 3/4" to 2 1/2 - 3" standing or flying. All have glass eyes, and wear hand dyed scrim or silk and are adorned with smidgens of nature. Each pair of faery wings is hand sculpted and unique.
These fairies, furniture, garden accessories and more are from the mind of Sue Thwaite. Her "Enchanted Garden" section is full of delightful treasures, such as the fairy shower and horse flies. Every scene she make has a tiny ladybug to celebrate the spirit of the grandparents who inspired her. You'll be inspired too!
This online catalog for the dental professional carries a number of "tooth fairy" items. You'll find figurines, boxes, pillows, and a video about the tooth fairy. Also a personalized tooth fairy pen and toothfairy scrubs!
|Ann Fox Studios|
Ann runs an Ebay site called "All Things Fanciful". The Ann Fox Studio is dedicated to her own artwork, and there's a lot of it. You can write Ann about ordering prints, originals, and other mediums.
|Grey Forest Productions|
The Grey Forest Gallery is located in London. They carry the imaginative work of Faerylands by Michael Savage, and work by other fantasy artists. Visiting their site can give you an idea of the talent possessed by this great talent.
|Crisalis Classic Figurines by Christine Haworth|
These are the latest figurines that I've added to my collection. Irrisistable! The detail is amazing, and the faces are so lifelike. Delicate detail in the sculpting and precise painting. Each wing is shaded in lovely colors and the bodies are blushed to perfection. There are now coloring sets, cards, and collector plates available as well. Thanks to Robin for bringing these to my attention.
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