Faeries

FAIRY

Welcome to the world of faeries, elves, naiads, nymphs, dryads, orcs, trolls, and other good neighbours or unseen beings. Looking for faerie lore, folklore, or the myths of Celtic based countries? search no more …

We have a ever-growing collection of faerie crafts, clothing, incense, teas, gifts, figurines, and treasures located within our walls.

 
$3.00 (USD) per piece

Tree Leaves Fairy Chai Tea (pack of 6 teabags)

Our special “Faerie” Chai Tea blend, handcrafted with organic herbs – china black tea, cardamom, allspice, nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, and ginger. Each tea bag can brew up to 2-3 teas. Pack contains 6 tea bags. Let steep in hot water, remove tea bag for 2nd-3rd use, add honey / sugar/ or sweetener to taste and milk / soy /rice / almond / or coconut milk for a latte. Comes in two variety types – powdered (which can be mixed with hot or cold milk/water) or loose leaf (steep in hot water).

SKU# TLO-TEA-FairyChai-6pk-0045635753624 UPC# 0045635753624 ASIN: B00BRY64JE

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$29.95 (USD) per piece

The Fairy Ring: An Oracle of the Fairy Folk Cards
by Anna Franklin and Paul Mason (Box set, August 1, 2002: NEW)

Tarot Boxed Set: The Fairy Ring by Anna Franklin and Paul Mason. Includes book and deck. ISBN: 0738702749

The Oracle for Lovers of the Fairy Folk

Combine astounding, photorealistic images with breathtaking surreal art that feature the world of the fairy, and you have The Fairy Ring oracle. This deck has four suits, one for each season, plus eight additional cards that celebrate the major Celtic “Fairy Festival” holidays. Included with the deck is a 240-page book that is filled with fairy lore, the meanings of the cards, their myths and legends, how to work with the fairy or character on each card and an amazing nine different spreads you can use. This is more than just a divinatory deck-its virtually an entire spiritual, magickal, and oracular system!

The strikingly beautiful artwork will literally draw you into the world of the fairy. It will let you cross over from our world and allow you to listen to their wisdom. But this requires you to take the first step. Using this deck will help you to let the fairies fill your dreams. Read about just one card per day, and in only two months you’ll have amassed more fairy lore than you can imagine!

More importantly, by working with this deck, the fairies will come to know and trust you and share their wisdom with you. The fae don’t easily give their friendship and let you into their world. Ideal for all Pagans and lovers of the fairy realms. Don’t let this opportunity to commune with the fairy folk pass you by! The beauty of this set makes it a great gift, too!

Product Details

Cards: 264 pages
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; Box edition (August 2002)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0738702749
ISBN-13: 978-0738702742
Product Dimensions: 2.1 x 6.3 x 9.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds

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$25.00 (USD) per piece

Tapestry – Fairy Tree Tapestry Bedspread

Celtic depiction of a Fairy with Tree and moon ornate decoration. great for hanging on wall or on bed. APPROX 53″ X 80″.

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$10.00 (USD) per piece

Staurolite: Fairy Crosses or Fairy Stones – Small sized
Read more here: http://www.technogypsie.com/reviews/?p=4523

This small staurolite stone may come as an “x”, “t”, “cross”, and other shape. Each stone is unique and will differ from the photos shown here. Photos are for demonstration only to get the feel of what the stones “could” look like. Our stones come from Taos, New Mexico. Some have garnets embedded in them, some do not. Some come wire-wrapped, some do not. If we send a wire wrapped one and you don’t want wire wrapping, the wrapping is easy to snip off. They were enhanced by a volunteer.

Strong in folklore, these “X”, “T”, or “+” celtic-cross shaped staurolite stones are found in various parts of the world and are associated as tears of faeries. Numerous legends surround the stone with many magical beliefs around them as well. Read the above page for information and pictures.

Named after the Greek word “Stauros” for “cross”, they are commonly known as “fairy stones” or “fairy crosses”. According to European and Christianity influenced Native American legend on the state park website, “hundreds of years before Chief Powhatan’s reign, the fairies were dancing around a magical spring of water, playing with naiads and wood nymphs, when a elfin messenger arrived from a city far away bringing the news of the death of Christ. When these creatures of the forest heard the story of the crucifixion, they wept, as their tears fell upon the earth they crystallized into beautiful crosses”. During the first meeting of John Smith and Pocahontas, it is said the Indian princess gave John Smith a good luck charm made out of a “fairy cross”. Legend has it that Richard the Lionheart used them during the crusades to heal the wounded. Some say these are the tears of the Cherokee who wept over the loss of their homeland during the exodus on the “Trail of Tears”. Others talk of an ancient race of mountain faeries who were dancing at their favorite meeting places, and upon finding out that the “Great Creator” had died, shed tears, so moved, were crushed in heart and cried, as they wept their tears crystallized into the “fairy crosses”. Others say that during the defeat of the Tuatha de Danann and other faerie races when they were forced under-ground to live in the hills, the faeries around the world shed tears, made of Iron to represent the Iron Age destroying their race, in the shapes of crosses as an omen of the peopling that would destroy the planet next. More info, visit our page at: http://www.technogypsie.com/faerie/?p=383


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Each stone is unique and varies in size and shape. These listed here are generally considered “Small” sized. If you do not care which stone you get, choose this cart item. If you want to pick and choose your fairy stone, please follow the links below for the appropriate cross/stone. (you may leave this shopping cart and enter another one managed by us)


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Currently in stock:

FC001: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 1″ x 1/2″ x 1/2″: X shaped
FC002: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 3/4″ x 3/4″ x 1/2″: X shaped
FC006: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 1/2″ x 1/2″ x 1/2″: X or Y shaped
FC009: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 3/4″ x 1/2″ x 1/2″: X or Y shaped

Small Faerie Crosses and Stones
Small to Medium Faerie Stones
Medium to Large Faerie Stones and Crosses


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$6.00 (USD) per piece

Mermaid pendant on satin cord

A fired clay pendant of a mermaid on a satin cord. Approximate size is 14 x 38 mm. Ceramic bead Made in Peru. Hand crafted in Peru. Peruvian ceramic beads and pendants are not toys, and are not intended for children 12 or under.

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$3.50 (USD) per piece

Moth Faery Art Card
By Briar Fantasy Greeting Cards

Greetings card depicting the Moth Faery. Measures 125 x 170 mm. Printed on tree-friendly card with vegetable oil based ink. 5036018014215. Moth Faery Card. Moth Faery Greeting Card by Briar. Card is blank on the inside for your own personal message. Comes with matching envelope.

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$80.00 (USD) per piece

Mini Amy Brown signature series Dark Horse Fairy figurine 7″ – limited edition

AMY BROWN: MINI DARK HORSE FIGURINE: Amy Brown signature series statue Dark Horse Fairy figurine – limited edition (small) AB008M: 7″ long, x 5″ high, x 2″ wide (17.7cm (7″)). Retired, Made of cold cast resin, Hand painted. Collector’s Item. Released July 9, 2004; retired July 2005. Displayed. MINI DARK HORSE stands approximately 5″ inches tall, 7″ long. Box has shelf wear but figurine is brand new.

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$50.00 (USD) per piece

Large-sized Fairy Crosses or Fairy Stones
Read more here: http://www.technogypsie.com/reviews/?p=4523

Named after the Greek word “Stauros” for “cross”, they are commonly known as “fairy stones” or “fairy crosses”. According to European and Christianity influenced Native American legend on the state park website, “hundreds of years before Chief Powhatan’s reign, the fairies were dancing around a magical spring of water, playing with naiads and wood nymphs, when a elfin messenger arrived from a city far away bringing the news of the death of Christ. When these creatures of the forest heard the story of the crucifixion, they wept, as their tears fell upon the earth they crystallized into beautiful crosses”. During the first meeting of John Smith and Pocahontas, it is said the Indian princess gave John Smith a good luck charm made out of a “fairy cross”. Legend has it that Richard the Lionheart used them during the crusades to heal the wounded. Some say these are the tears of the Cherokee who wept over the loss of their homeland during the exodus on the “Trail of Tears”. Others talk of an ancient race of mountain faeries who were dancing at their favorite meeting places, and upon finding out that the “Great Creator” had died, shed tears, so moved, were crushed in heart and cried, as they wept their tears crystallized into the “fairy crosses”. Others say that during the defeat of the Tuatha de Danann and other faerie races when they were forced under-ground to live in the hills, the faeries around the world shed tears, made of Iron to represent the Iron Age destroying their race, in the shapes of crosses as an omen of the peopling that would destroy the planet next. More info, visit our page at: http://www.technogypsie.com/faerie/?p=383


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Strong in folklore, these “X”, “T”, or “+” celtic-cross shaped staurolite stones are found in various parts of the world and are associated as tears of faeries. Numerous legends surround the stone with many magical beliefs around them as well. Read the above page for information and pictures.


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Each stone is unique and varies in size and shape. These are generally considered “Medium” to “Large” sized. If you don’t care which stone you get, use this page for your checkout. If you want to pick the particular stone in stock, check out on the following pages:

Currently in Stock: FC005: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 3/4″ x 3/4″ x 1/2″ Celtic Cross shaped
FC012: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 1″ x 3/4″ x 1/2″: Celtic cross shaped


Small Faerie Crosses and Stones
Small to Medium Faerie Stones
Medium to Large Faerie Stones and Crosses






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$25.00 (USD) per piece


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Fairy Crosses or Fairy Stones
Read more here: http://www.technogypsie.com/reviews/?p=4523

Strong in folklore, these “X”, “T”, or “+” celtic-cross shaped staurolite stones are found in various parts of the world and are associated as tears of faeries. Numerous legends surround the stone with many magical beliefs around them as well. Read the above page for information and pictures.

Named after the Greek word “Stauros” for “cross”, they are commonly known as “fairy stones” or “fairy crosses”. According to European and Christianity influenced Native American legend on the state park website, “hundreds of years before Chief Powhatan’s reign, the fairies were dancing around a magical spring of water, playing with naiads and wood nymphs, when a elfin messenger arrived from a city far away bringing the news of the death of Christ. When these creatures of the forest heard the story of the crucifixion, they wept, as their tears fell upon the earth they crystallized into beautiful crosses”. During the first meeting of John Smith and Pocahontas, it is said the Indian princess gave John Smith a good luck charm made out of a “fairy cross”. Legend has it that Richard the Lionheart used them during the crusades to heal the wounded. Some say these are the tears of the Cherokee who wept over the loss of their homeland during the exodus on the “Trail of Tears”. Others talk of an ancient race of mountain faeries who were dancing at their favorite meeting places, and upon finding out that the “Great Creator” had died, shed tears, so moved, were crushed in heart and cried, as they wept their tears crystallized into the “fairy crosses”. Others say that during the defeat of the Tuatha de Danann and other faerie races when they were forced under-ground to live in the hills, the faeries around the world shed tears, made of Iron to represent the Iron Age destroying their race, in the shapes of crosses as an omen of the peopling that would destroy the planet next. More info, visit our page at: http://www.technogypsie.com/faerie/?p=383

Each stone is unique and varies in size and shape. These are generally considered “Medium” sized. If you do not care which stone you get, choose this cart item. If you want to pick and choose your fairy stone, please follow the links below for the appropriate cross/stone.


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Currently in stock:

Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: 3/4″ x 3/4″ x 1/2″ X/Y shaped
Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 1/2″ x 1/2″ x 1/2″ Celtic Cross shaped
FC003: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 1″ x 3/4″ x 1/2″ Celtic Cross shaped
FC004: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 1″ x 1/2″ x 1/2″: X shaped
FC010: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 3/4″ x 3/4″ x 1/2″: Celtic Cross shaped
FC011: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 3/4″ x 1/2″ x 1/4″: Celtic cross shaped
FC013: Staurolite / Faerie / Fairy Cross: approx. 3/4″ x 3/4″ x 1/2″: Celtic Cross shaped

Small Faerie Crosses and Stones
Small to Medium Faerie Stones
Medium to Large Faerie Stones and Crosses


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$25.00 (USD) per piece

Light Up Male Horror Gnome Decoration Piece

Includes one scary garden gnome with light up eyes.
This creepy little gnome measures approximately 16″ tall.
Please note: This item’s color may vary due to inherent manufacturing variations or your computer monitor’s color settings. The item you receive will be identical or substantially similar to the item pictured in this listing.
UPC: 721773733369

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