Heart of Winter Fairy
Height 14.5cm Width 7cm Depth 8cm
Fairies have been a staple of folklore in numerous countries for centuries and appear in a wide variety of literature, art and media, from Tinkerbell in Peter Pan to the Tooth Fairy to Ariel in Shakespeare's The Tempest. The mystery and magic that surrounds fairies makes them ever popular with children and adults alike.
Peer into a world of magic and mystery with the Pure Heart Snow Globe 18cm, this enchanted design by the imagination of world-famous Fantasy artist Anne Stokes. Beneath the hanging branches of an oak tree, sunlight streaming onto the long soft grass around them, a woman and a Unicorn lie, staring at each other lovingly. The white of her flowing white dress is as pure as the white of the Unicorn and the small wildflowers surrounding them. Around her head, a small cord keeps a jewel in place on her forehead. Standing on a sacred oak, a swirl of white snowflakes fills the globe when shaken, changing the scene within from summer to winter..
This alternative Fairy comes from the dark Fantasy imaginations of our own in-house design team and is part of the Gothic Little Shadows range. Sitting forlornly alone on a tree stump, this young Fairy wears a violet skirt and a strapless black top, a crescent moon pendant hanging from her neck. On her hands, she wear black lace fingerless gloves, holding a single black rose in her right hand. Her light purple wings are unfurled behind her, shading to almost a pale blue towards the base, and in her long black hair she wears a skull broach. A plain silver pendant sits on a black choker around her neck, and next to the stump is a cracked skull bleached by the weather. Cast in high-quality resin before being carefully hand-painted, this figurine is a must have for any alternative or Gothic statuette collection. Perfect as a gift for those who appreciate the beauty in darkness
Little Shadows range of alternative Fairy figurines comes from the dark Gothic imagination of our own in-house design team. This young Fairy wears a long lime green Victorian bustle dress, black patterning down the back. However, at the front it’s cut open scandalously high, exposing her knee-high black boots and stockings held up with skull suspenders. Her low-cut black top is supplemented by black lace that covers her up to her neck and down to her hands, heavy patterning giving the appearance of intricate tattoos. Around her neck on a chain is a silver key, and under her left arm she holds two orchid flowers. Around her neck is an onyx on a black choker, and her hair is neatly held up in a bun by a hairpin with a skull as the head. Her wings extend behind her, red and blue merging together with green highlights as she stares at you with lime green eyes, appraising you in a business-like fashion. Cat in the highest-quality resin, every detail of this Fantasy statuette has been painstakingly hand-painted to expertly satisfy your wholesale giftware needs. The perfect present for those who, in an earlier time, would have risked their lives to venture to the far east for the beauty of the orchid.
This 18.5 cm Fairy figurine comes from the Gothic imagination of world-famous Fantasy artist Anne Stokes. In an enchanted forest at night, a young Fairy kneels in front of a still pool as the moon shines through the trees. Her blue and purple wings are unfurled behind her, matching the blue butterflies that flitter around. Her green dress is sleeveless, exposing her Celtic tattoos and silver torcs above the fingerless leather gloves she wears. Her straight black hair has blue streaks through it and hangs down as she reaches out to a human skeleton, barely submerged in the pond. Light shines from her hand as ripples spread outwards from whatever dark magic she’s performing, and if her wings are inspected closely a large death’s head is visible. Cast in the finest resin before being expertly hand-painted, this enchanted figurine is a great way to add a delicious touch of darkness to your home.
From the Gothic imagination of darkly talented alternative artist Anne Stokes. This enchanting Fairy figurine standing in a long black dress stands barefoot on the floor of a church between two grey stone posts, the Gothic arch of a church window rising behind her. She looks at you suggestively, her long black hair having a single red streak in. Her black and red wings are stretched out behind her and have a spider web pattern, matching the black and red spider pendant she wears. A black spider crawls up one of the posts. Cast in the finest resin before being painstakingly hand-painted, this is a perfect gift for any who want a sense of danger and excitement in their home.
this enchanting Fairy figurine is cast in the finest resin before being expertly hand-painted. Standing in front of a small rocky outcrop, this elegant Fairy wears a long black dress, her black wings spread wide behind her. She looks to the side as her long raven-coloured hair tumbles past her shoulders, one delicately gloved hand resting on the brown stone. Climbing the rocks around her, tail curling around her lovingly, a small white Dragon looks up at her with admiration. Perfect for adding a touch of elegance and Fantasy to any space, this fantastic figurine makes a great gift for anyone who keeps their composure in any circumstances.
the dark imagination of internationally renowned Fantasy artist Nene Thomas, this darkly Gothic figurine sitting on a throne of human skulls, this imposing queen stares at you, long white hair blowing in the breeze. Her black dress is draped across the skulls, the outline of a black Dragon visible on her thigh. An ice-white Dragon perches on her shoulder, wings spread triumphantly. A black tiara betrays her regal status, shaped like the wings of a fearsome black Dragon. Cast in top-quality resin before being painstakingly hand-painted, this fantastic figurine adds an air of alternative enchantment to any home.
Standing proudly, this regal Fairy’s long white dress flows down to the rocky floor, fur lining the neckline. A tiara encrusted with white diamonds sits atop her long white hair as she looks forward with royal disdain. Her icy blue wings stretch out behind her, the shape of frozen leaves covered in ice, as she places her hands on the heads of the two white wolves at her sides commandingly. Cast in the finest resin before being carefully hand-painted, this statuette is fitting for any queen of the winter.