Faeriewynd

Gypsy Wilburn and Jane M. Smith

Arizona, United States · 1 Sale

Faeriewynd

Gypsy Wilburn and Jane M. Smith

Arizona, United States 1 Sale On Etsy since 2012

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Announcement   Gypsy Wilburn and Jane M. Smith cordially welcome you to Faeriewynd, featuring one-of-a-kind handmade gifts made from bentonite and terra cotta clays.

Gypsy Wilburn is a multimedia artist whose past includes industrial and artisan blacksmithing, swordmaking, abstract acrylic murals and spray paint art, as well as various forms of sculpture. Gypsy spent his life studying history, spirituality and ancient cultures and has recently taken up working with clay and learning to write Chinese kanji.

Jane M. Smith's love of whimsy is reflected in every item, from bacon-slice earrings to "Buddha and toast" pendants. Fascinated by textures and vibrant natural colors, Smith attempts to recreate everything from turtles, bougainvillea blooms and mushrooms to miniature bacon slices and fried eggs in realistic detail.

None of our work is stamped or molded. Every item is individually handmade to offer you the ideal one-of-a-kind gift for your recipient.

Military Family Discount: All gifts purchased by or for deployed soldiers and shipped to or from deployed soldiers receive a 15% discount. Use coupon code FaerieServe2012.

Announcement

Gypsy Wilburn and Jane M. Smith cordially welcome you to Faeriewynd, featuring one-of-a-kind handmade gifts made from bentonite and terra cotta clays.

Gypsy Wilburn is a multimedia artist whose past includes industrial and artisan blacksmithing, swordmaking, abstract acrylic murals and spray paint art, as well as various forms of sculpture. Gypsy spent his life studying history, spirituality and ancient cultures and has recently taken up working with clay and learning to write Chinese kanji.

Jane M. Smith's love of whimsy is reflected in every item, from bacon-slice earrings to "Buddha and toast" pendants. Fascinated by textures and vibrant natural colors, Smith attempts to recreate everything from turtles, bougainvillea blooms and mushrooms to miniature bacon slices and fried eggs in realistic detail.

None of our work is stamped or molded. Every item is individually handmade to offer you the ideal one-of-a-kind gift for your recipient.

Military Family Discount: All gifts purchased by or for deployed soldiers and shipped to or from deployed soldiers receive a 15% discount. Use coupon code FaerieServe2012.

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Anonymous on Nov 28, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

I ordered the Om Tree Ornament Pendant to gift to a loved one for Christmas, and the owner of the shop was kind enough to send along another small gift as well. Both of the pendants are absolutely lovely, and look even more gorgeous in person than they do in the photos. If you are searching for a unique ornament or pendant this season, I would highly recommend this shop.

About

Faeriewynd: Resurrecting the Kelethin Dream

Four years ago we had the adventure of a lifetime, living 22 feet in the air in a treehouse from early September through late November, in Carrollton, Ohio. During that time, we handcrafted jewelry from black steel wire, glass beads and semi-precious stone beads, myth-busted outdoor living concepts and made primitive wooden tables and chairs using slabs of oak, cherry and maple.

Now that we have returned to Tempe, Arizona, we have taken up pit-fired pottery. The work you see available here is the result of our determination to continue living the Kelethin dream and share the power of inspiring ourselves and others to create a world where fairies still hide behind the nearest tree and the imagination is free to explore limits and express joy, light and wonder.

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  • Jane M Smith

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    I spent two months in 2009 living 22 feet in the air in a tree house, and ran rattletrap vans between flea markets in Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Georgia, selling handmade jewelry, knives and spray paint art with Gypsy Wilburn until 2011.

  • Gypsy Wilburn

    Maker, Designer, Blacksmith, Blade Maker, Spray Paint Artist

    I spent most of my life working as a metal artist, and have switched to working with clay and wood. My experiences with practical shamanism express themselves in every piece I create. I hope you enjoy owning them as much as I enjoyed creating them.

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Last updated on December 5, 2012
Gypsy Wilburn and Jane M. Smith cordially welcome you to Faeriewynd, featuring one-of-a-kind gifts made from bentonite and terra cotta clays.

Gypsy Wilburn is a multimedia artist whose past includes industrial and artisan blacksmithing, swordmaking, abstract acrylic murals and spray paint art, as well as various forms of sculpture. Gypsy spent his life studying history, spirituality and ancient cultures and has recently taken up working with clay and learning to write Chinese kanji.

Jane M. Smith's love of whimsy is reflected in every item, from bacon-slice earrings to "Buddha and toast" pendants. Fascinated by textures and vibrant natural colors, Smith attempts to recreate everything from turtles, bougainvillea blooms and mushrooms to miniature bacon slices and fried eggs in realistic detail.

Accepted payment methods

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Money Order
Payment
We will accept payment via PayPal, money order, American Express travelers' checks, most major credit cards and Etsy gift cards.
Shipping
Items will be shipped USPS in "If it fits, it ships" boxes whenever possible. Shipping costs are $5.00 for the first item in the box and $1.00 for each additional item that will fit while still allowing enough room for padding to prevent breakage. Items will be shipped six business days after receipt of payment in PayPal.

We do not have an international shipping policy at this time. If you reside outside the United States or its territories, we are willing to discuss shipping options. We do not charge extra to ship to Hawaii, Alaska or any US territory.
Refunds and Exchanges
Due to the fragile nature of pit-fired pottery, breakage may occur at any time between dropping off your items at USPS and you receiving those items, no matter how well they were padded.

Your items were packed to arrive in good condition. If there is obvious damage upon arrival from USPS, the customer is responsible to photograph and note the damage. Boxes must be opened and inspected within 72 hours of their arrival. Contact Faeriewynd with the invoice number, stock number, and quantity of any damaged items and we will issue credit to your account. Unused credits will expire after one year of the issue date. Please note that photo documentation is required prior to issuing credit.

Each order is double checked for accuracy to avoid shortages.
Please check your order carefully against your packing list, which is attached to
the inside bottom of one of the boxes, in a plastic sleeve. Shortages must be reported
within 72 hours of receipt of the order.
Additional policies and FAQs
All item dimensions given are approximate to within 1/8 inch. All items are individually handmade, not stamped, molded or otherwise mass-produced.