Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade

Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade

Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade
Mummified dead fairies/sprites/woodland creatures, irish folklore, tuatha de danann faux taxidermy handmade. Don’t forget to zoom these images to see all the detail. Two handmade mummified fairies, one male, one female in their natural environment posed on a wych elm bush, with deceased butterflies. Discovered and tagged on june 24th 1624(international fairy day), in the mountains of mourne ulster, ireland at 00:13 hrs. The approx size of the wych elm stands 28 tall and the base is approx. 15″ wide x 9″ deep. Female specimen is approx. 8″ long x 7″ wing span. Lies at the base of the tree has long black hair, curved horns and a tail. The seated male specimen is approx. 3″ tall x 6 1/2″ wing span. Sits in the middle of the bush on a ganoderma zonatum fungi, with a green mohawk and curled horns. In irish folklore, these lone bushes are the meeting places of the fairies. The fairies are believed to be the tuatha de danann, one of the first tribes to arrive in ireland, they were a magical and secretive people. They loved ireland so much they decided to use their magic to shrink themselves and live underground. Each fairy village is marked by a single hawthorn tree or lone bush located nearby. The fairies are a secretive people who are blamed by the local irish for many things which they cannot explain. As a result the fairies like to be left alone and it is considered bad luck to disturb a fairy bower or a lone bush. But, they do love children and if you treat them well they may just grant you a wish at their fairy tree or lone bush. This item is made of wood and leaves, plastic, glue, clay, wire, stain, paint, paper, twine, stones, fairy, fungus.
Mummified Dead fairies sprites woodland creatures, Irish Folklore, Tuatha de Danann Faux Taxidermy Handmade

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