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Hang Around with Faeries in 2015

Posted: Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

The Collectible Faery Calendar that just loves to ‘Hang Around’- Adorned with memorable images by Josephine Wall, Jody Bergsma, Linda Ravenscroft, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, Suzanne Gyseman, will be published worldwide in June 2014. ‘Faeryland Calendar 2015 available from Calendar Club and Amazon,Barnes and Noble and shopping malls everywhere.

Christmas Blessings with Fairiesworld

Posted: Monday, December 10th, 2012

The Fairy

Posted: Saturday, May 5th, 2012


Want to know what a French fairy is all about then watch out for this new slant on Fairies soon to premier in US theatres,  shown last year at Cannes Film Festival 2011


Reward -Find Seven Fairies in a Boat

Posted: Friday, April 6th, 2012

Thieves stole a Dehua porcelain sculpture, with a cream white glaze, of seven fairies in a boat, which is 30cm (11.8ins) in both height and length from Durham University Oriental Museum in a night raid.  Durham Police are looking for three men . The  item is from the Qing Dynasty, the last imperial dynasty in China,  from 1644 to 1911. They also took a  large green jade bowl, dating from 1769, part of the collection of Sir Charles Hardinge, a British collector of jades and hardstones. A Chinese poem is written inside.The estimated value of both pieces was £1.8m.

If you should be offered either of these pieces which are likely to have been stolen to order for a foreign collector please contact Durham police or Fairiesworld or their collaborators worldwide . A substantial reward is offered for the safe return of these items

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Faery Folk Gallery of Silke Schloesser

Posted: Sunday, March 4th, 2012

Witches by Silke Schloesser

My dear collectors and friends,
It is 2012 and my 20th anniversary since I have been creating art dolls and figures as a professional artist and designer.
To celebrate this event, I thought it might interest you to see some of my works. This first available edition of hardcover picture books measures 21cm( 8,5″) x 28cm ( 11″)
I´ll start here with “Witches”

In this book you´ll find full size pictures which show more than 50 handmade figures, characters and dolls, miniatures in 1/12th scale as well as bigger figures.
The last page has credits with information and addresses from artist friends who have made some of the accessories and buildings I have used in the photos.
Printed in Germany, that´s why I had to calculate a fixed price in Euro. Price in US$ may change daily due to the exchange rate. Now available at my online shop www.etsy.com/shop/xmasliesl
fairy best,
yours Silke



Bad Fairies in Greece Spain and France

Posted: Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Is Andrea Merkle The Fourth Bad Fairy?

Myrea reflects

Posted: Friday, October 7th, 2011

A Fairy catches sight of her reflection in the lake at The Enchanted Manor on the Isle of Wight. Photographer Russell Clarke captures this magical moment of Myrea Pettit, famed artist and author of Flowers Fairies and Butterflies as she flits among the lake and trees to the lilting sounds of Loreena McKennitt’s Bonny Potmore.

Dance of the Fairies

Posted: Friday, September 16th, 2011

Fairies dance to the amazing musical skill of Akim Camara when he was five years old in 2006 playing Felix Mendelssohn’s ‘Dance of the Fairies’ with André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra, at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall.

The clip is taken from the DVD André Rieu Live in New York City

Fairies More Kiss from Japan

Posted: Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Spreading the ‘Fairies’ word worldwide in Japan and beyond this young pop group has adopted the English translation of the Japanese ‘youseitachi’

Fairy captured in Mexico

Posted: Sunday, August 14th, 2011

A live Fairy makes news in Mexico, taking TV Radio and news  media by storm, it was captured by Jose De La Luz  in Guadalajara, Jalisco, he told us he  “found a live fairy” lingering on top of a tree. Believe it or not it would seem that siting of Fairies in Mexico has created a huge interest , one that the population will want to know more about now their curiosity is aroused. The report below is in Spanish.