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Mirror Fairy

According to Chinese Buddhist beliefs, mirrors are one of the 8 most precious commodities. It symbolises purity of the soul. In Japan, it is the symbol of the Sun Goddess, and appears as a flower chalice shaped mirror in Shinto temples

Crystal Fairy

“Tiny white snowflakes clothed all in white. High above, when will you descend? Your home is the heavens, your journey so far. Welcome at my window, lovely little star, paint your beloved ice flowers there.”

(inspired by a German Folksong by Hedwig Haberkern)

Sea Cape

The sea is symbolic of earth’s vastness. Water, as an essential element, invites us to immerse ourselves into infinity.

Metallica

Metal is one of 5 Chinese essential elements, depicting, amongst other things, enterprise, progress, and tenacity.

Water Fairy

„He who jumps into a sea of cold water, jumps into a sea of possibilities“

(Finnish folk saying)

Sun

Nothing radiates sunshine like a happy face!

Fish

„Like the fish of the deep, search out and seek the good. Who would have thought that fish were surprisingly passionate?“

Ice Fairy

The Ice Fairy is a storybook figure from the land of glacial snow and ice. Its appearance heralds and reminds us of the artistic, painterly flowers that appear on frozen windowpanes. The Ice Fairy with her white wings, particularly against a winter wonderland scene, is indeed a heavenly, magical treat for the eyes

Fire Fairy

„You can only recognize the flame in others if you possess it yourself“

(ascribed to Augustinus Aurelius)