The Fairy Attic

What is the fairy attic?

The Fairy Attic - Is a place where you can find most anything. 

What's in The Fairy Attic?

Fairy Pink Rose $24.95
Fairy Michela $29.95 F108
Gothic Fairy $18.95 F106
Fairy and Unicorn Book Ends $27.95
Cider Fairy With Cup $23.95 F111
Fairy Night After $29.95 F105
Fairy With Solar Flower $27.95 F109

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Featured Fairy Figurines

The Brothers Grimm - Most tales were oral at this time. One of the first authors to try and capture these oral tales on paper were The Brothers Grimm(Pictured). These oral stories had to undergo many changes to be written

Hans Christian Anderson - and then printed under the Grimm name and still be fit for children. This Brothers Grimm collection was called "Children's and Household Tales". They received complaints that these stories were 

Aesop - still unfit for children and rewrote many of the stories. Almost all of the changes made by The Brothers Grimm were getting rid of any reference to sex. By the same token, violence was increased when 

Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont - rewrote 'Beauty and the Beast' so as to be more suitable for children.  Published in 1756, this version of the tale is the most popular today.

Perrault - punishing the bad guys. Later there were more revisions to get rid of violence. The Victorian era's moralizing caused changes to be made to these Historical tales to teach good habits to children. One of the many rewrites was George Cruikshank’s Cinderella in 1854. Temperance ideas were inserted.

Creatures from fairytales

Elves - punishing the bad guys. Later there were more revisions to get rid of violence. The Victorian era's moralizing caused changes to be made to these Historical tales to teach good habits to children. One of the many rewrites was George Cruikshank’s Cinderella in 1854. Temperance ideas were inserted.

Dragons - Most tales were oral at this time. One of the first authors to try and capture these oral tales on paper were The Brothers Grimm(Pictured). These oral stories had to undergo many changes to be written

Leprechauns - and then printed under the Grimm name and still be fit for children. This Brothers Grimm collection was called "Children's and Household Tales". They received complaints that these stories were 

Mermaids - still unfit for children and rewrote many of the stories. Almost all of the changes made by The Brothers Grimm were getting rid of any reference to sex. By the same token, violence was increased when 

Giants - punishing the bad guys. Later there were more revisions to get rid of violence. The Victorian era's moralizing caused changes to be made to these Historical tales to teach good habits to children. One of the many rewrites was George Cruikshank’s Cinderella in 1854. Temperance ideas were inserted

Wolves - punishing the bad guys. Later there were more revisions to get rid of violence. The Victorian era's moralizing caused changes to be made to these Historical tales to teach good habits to children. One of the many rewrites was George Cruikshank’s Cinderella in 1854. Temperance ideas were inserted




Fairy Pink Rose $24.95

Fairy and Unicorn Book Ends $27.95

Fairy Michela $29.95 F108

Fairy Night After $29.95 F105

Gothic Fairy $18.95 F106

Fairy With Solar Flower $27.95 F109

Cider Fairy With Cup $23.95 F111