Of the Wood
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A collection of whispering leaves, elusive dryads and enigmatic forest spirits.
Soon to come -
a number of leaf eyemasks, in a variety of species.
Greenman of Bamberg|
Initially inspired by the Greenman at Bamberg Cathedral, his intricately-cut face is sculpted into gentle relief and depth by overlay. The Greenman's wizened acanthus-leaf face is capable of tremendous expression. Shown here in medium green with tints of copper at the leaftips, and broad green satin ribbon ties. Available for all seasons.
This fae blends the borders of the realms of creatures and plants - but then, isn't that exactly what you might expect? Delicate tendrils extend from antennae and wingtips, while the wings themselves resemble leaves, a thing strange and lovely.
Somewhere between Puck and Pan, this mischievous wood sprite gleams in a warm golden green harkening to summer sunlight through the canopy, with touches of silver on the brow between four horn buds and sloping spired ears.