Here are some miscellaneous fairy goods starting with the traditional. Above is a ‘hag stone’ – a naturally holed stone – specially worn in the middle ages to keep fairies away, particularly from children. Or what about an even older fairy treasure: elf arrowheads, as they were commonly believed to be, actually neolithic flint arrows.
Or slightly more recent a pixy brass knocker.
No tradition can justify a job lot of fairy magic wands.
Or a fairy incense holder!
But at least these signs, one modern and garish, the other sober and no nonsense recall that faries have teeth.
Or what about painted fairy stones?
Finally, it deserves a page of its own. But who could forget the grown ups mermaid tale presently retailing for over five hundred dollars (including full bikini set)