God loves all the little children, but alas, fairies do not. This specimen took a small nibble out of the upper arm of a five-year-old and was consequently whacked with a handy rolled up newspaper by the child's mother. Worried the creature was merely stunned, she called an associate well versed in cryptoids. Sadly, the fairy succumbed to the smack, but was able to be perfectly preserved, so all was not lost. A creepy and one of a kind addition to any Cabinet of Curiosities or collection of oddities.
Your purchase will include a hand sculpted tree stump stand as shown in the pictures.
Body just under 1.75 inches (4.5 cm) tall Wingspan just over 3 inches (8 cm) A beautiful specimen with black and green banding on the upper wings, fading to black and white on the lower wings. Slightly iridescent. It's theorized this fairy spent its living days in dense forest areas, though its exact origin is not known. Fairies are made of cicada shells, butterfly wings, feathers and clay. Each one is handmade, handsculpted and one of a kind. Please give them a good home. Do not get them wet. Do not feed after midnight. DO NOT TAUNT FAIRIES. *All insect parts used are humanely collected. Because they led natural lives, the butterfly wings may contain slight wear and tear from normal lifecycles.