Mark Roberts Christmas Stocking Fairy

$47.99

2014

11″ Tall

Face and hands made of resin.

Mark Roberts pieces are handcrafted and painted by skilled artisans.

Each Fairy is wired to allow changing the pose.

The fairy has a clear cord to use it as an ornament or pose it as if it were flying.

All Fairies are numbered and come boxed with a certificate of authenticity.

 

Only 2 left in stock

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Description

Christmas Stocking Fairy Mark Roberts

The hat on this fairy is topped off with a small gold-trimmed sheer white piece of fabric and then a bell at the end. The hat is red with a unique trimming. It’s a small row a green, then a gold sequenced row in the middle and then a red row of fabric and then a white fuzzy piece of fabric to end the trim. On top of the trim is three holly leaves with a red polka-dot bow with a red bead, a green bead and a gold bead. He’s wearing a red-velvet vest on top of a checkered shirt with a gold squiggly line outlining each check. Some checks are dark green, some light green, some red and some tan. Holding his vest closed, is a holly arrangement. The bow on this holly is red and green polka-dot. Inside the polka-dots are gold snowflakes. On top of the bow is two pine leaves, a red bead, a green bead, and a small gold bell.

Each fairy comes with a Registration & Certificate of Authenticity card. Why should you register your fairy?? It will increase the ultimate value of your purchase by registering your name as the original purchaser; you could get free gifts and possible prizes; get a free Mark Roberts calendar whenever published; when you register 2 within 2 years, you will get a sneak-preview catalog for upcoming releases.

How does Mark come up with these ideas for fairies? “Ideas come from everywhere! A lot of inspiration comes from family traditions”

Where does Mark find so many neat fabrics? “Having a history with many suppliers.”

Displaying fairies is where your imagination comes in! Because the fairies are so flexible, you could sit them on a ledge with their legs crossed, flying from a chandelier, or decorating a tree! There are tons of possibilities!

© Mark Roberts