Our Solar Fairy Statues add a magical glow to your garden. Each fairy is in a pretty pose: the Fairy with Wand sits on a toadstool with her glowing wand, the Fairy with Bouquet kneels on the ground with a handful of glowing orbs. The resin statues with delicately cut out metal wings absorb energy from the sun during the day so they glow in the dark. Lovely alone or together, they make a nice gift for a favorite gardener.
Fairy garden statues Absorbs solar energy from the sun during the day Wand and orbs glow in the dark Resin statues with metal wings A nice gift for your favorite gardener
Available Styles Fairy with Bouquet: 5-1/4"L x 5-1/2"W x 7-1/2"H Fairy with Wand: 6-1/2"L x 5-1/4"W x 11-1/2"H
Comments about Product: There was a mix-up on the shipping. I had a free shipping code, but it was charged. I got an email offering a refund. I filled it out (I thought) but never got the refund.
By SR Nichols
Wonder little statue
Comments about Product: She is wonderful, understated piece for any flower bed. The only problem I had was that her wand hand arrived broken.
love it alot
Comments about Product: Yes it is a gift not only to me but to a beloved cat that past away. It lights her way back home to me. She had a lovely life she was 21 years old.she past away on July 24th 2013 she will he misset more words.can say.
Comments about Product: LOVE IT
By Valerie T
Comments about Product: I told my grand daughters that I thought English fairies lived at my new house but if they caught us looking at them, they'd turn into statues. They think we caught them so quickly they couldn't turn off their lights. They've very detailed and better built than the picture in the catalog indicates.
By Barbara the Gardener
Beautiful Garden Addition
Comments about Product: I gave this as a gift to my daughter who lives 600 miles away..we set the fairies up under some shrubs. I did not stay to see them lit at night but am sure they are beautiful. My only concern is that she has a three-year-old boy who is VERY curious about them..hopefully they will be in tact when I see them again. They are delicately beautiful right now!