MADE TO ORDER, please see information below marked with ***
This Faery bottle holds the vibrant Green Fairy. She's a lovely emerald green, and in the light you can see tiny flecks of gold pixie dust all over her. Her wings have swirls and sparkles of a lighter golden green.
Absinthe was nicknamed after this faery because they share the same vibrant green color. Drinkers of absinthe have also claimed it shares some of her other qualities, particulary as a muse. It is said she helps artists to free their minds, brings inspiration, transformation, and a liberating sense of enlightenment, but it might just be the faery spreading the rumor -- she's sort of vain.
***This little faerie has found a loving home! If you'd like an Absinthe Fairy, I will find a new faerie just for you. Please allow 1-2 weeks for your order to be completed before it is shipped. Unless you ask specifically for the same hairstyle as pictured here you may receive a faerie with a different hairstyle. Since my faeries are all made individually the color of her body will be very similar to the fairy pictured here, however it may be a slightly different shade. The wings will be the same.
If you like this Absinthe Faerie there is another Absinthe style Fairy here:
You can see all my other faeries here: http://www.magicaloddities.etsy.com
Or learn a little more about Magical Oddities on our blog:
Faery Bottles are 3" wide and a little under 4.5" tall. The Green Fairy is about 1.5" from her nose to her toes, and about 1.5" from her tummy to the tips of her wings.
I create each and every one of my faeries by hand using resin for their bodies, and a tear resistant plastic for their wings, which I design, draw, print, and cut out myself. Each faery bottle comes with a handmade tag showing the type of faery inside. The Green Fairy comes with a tag as well, although it is not pictured.
The bottles are glass and should be handled with care. Faeries are delicate creatures. They like to be admired, but not played with. Although faeries love the attention they receive from small children, they should not be given to little ones to play with - the faeries may choke them . . .