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The Sunflower Fairy Statue
by artist Evelyn Myers Hartley
What sweeter offering than nature's own? Our charming fairy, crowned with a wreath of flowers and a petal skirt, lifts her sunflower bowl in this exquisitely detailed collectible fairy statue created exclusively for Toscano. The artist cast her imaginative work in quality designer resin with an enchanting two-tone finish for home or garden gallery.

13"Wx20"Dx19½"H. 10 lbs.
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This fairy is very sweet and resin even after 3 years outdoors is holding up great. This beautiful fairy reflects what my daughter loved. Fairies and sunflowers. It adds a spirit of Joy and happiness in a sad place. April 16, 2014
Larger than I anticipated She is lovely,I am suprised and happy ! I have named her Lillian after my dear friend. Thankyou so much. February 21, 2014
Nice whimsical addition to our garden I purchased the Sunflower Fairy to use as a bird feeder in our garden. She sits discreetly among the flowers and trees - the birds love her and the children like to check on her from time to time just to make sure she's okay. A fun addition to our backyard. July 15, 2013
Great features Absolutely breathtaking, details beautiful, I recommend this work of art. June 21, 2013
Sunflower Fairy Satue I love my sunflower statue so much she is still sitting in my livingroom. I just can't put her outside yet. She is beautiful. June 10, 2013
The Sunflower Fairy Statue I sometimes put Sunflower Seeds in the Sunflower that Sunny holds. The birds come and eat out of her hands. She is sitting by flowers that surround my bird bath. She is a very pretty and delicate fairy. Fine features on this one. Again, she comes in for the winter but is outside each spring thru fall. April 25, 2013
Love the fairy's face and graceful features. We love the fairy so much we purchased one for our 14 yr old daughters grave. Unfortunately, the grounds crew at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery broke the fairy's wing. The 2nd one we purchased the Manager had it stripped from the grave and put at the front of the office where someone stole it. We are purchasing a 3rd one with the Mgr at cemetery's concent that it will be left alone at her grave. 3rd time a charm, hopefully. August 6, 2012
Not worth the money After a hospital stay, I couldn't wait to assemble my new Sunflower Fairy and place her on the patio with our Fiona fairy for Easter this past Thursday. It was easy to afix the wings to the torso. I placed her on the patio where she dwelled from Thursday afternoon until Sunday night. While asleep Sunday night the wind picked up to 30--40 mph. Monday morning I discovered the wings ripped off and broken with large holes in the torso where the wings should be. The wings are solid but the torso is a very thin hollow shell. The heavier wings were ripped out of the torso and smashed leaving jagged holes in the torso. Had I known the statues was a thin hollow shell supporting 2 thick solid wings I would have never purchased it. A very expensive lesson! April 9, 2012
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