The Faery’s House

This incredibly detailed piece starts with a huge, very clear Quartz crystal, from Brazil, to form the roof of this lovely little pewter Faery’s House. Faery scene, by Tudor Mint. The details of her gate, gate posts and the ground around her are outstanding. Above her intricate pewter door, by Rawcliffe, is a nicely cut glass jewel set in a pewter frame. On one side of her house is set a glass magnifying lens “window” with a small Quartz crystal and glass sphere mounted behind it. Another glass cab set into the other side of the house provides another window for her. She contemplates the proposition made by the pewter figure of Skeletor, artist unknown, to come out from behind the safety of her gate. If she’s wise, she will not. When lit in a darkened room the light shining inside shows off all the little flaws and faults in this crystal, and shows it to be a truly magnificent piece. Comes with hardwood base.

Dimensions: 12 x 14 x 11 (w x d x h) Base: Electric: Bulb, 120 VAC 15 watt
Cost: $ 2000. Year Completed: 2009