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Cool.....• Gypsy Soul Garden Fairy cutouts • Glass jam jars with lids • Thin tissue paper • White school glue • Quality white glue • Clear glitter • Twine • Floral embellishments (THESE sugared blooms from Petaloo are gorgeous) • Battery powered tealights or led string lights NOTE: Please DO make for friends, as gifts....

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lighting, France, Argy Rousseau Pate-de-Verre fairy lamp, domed glass shade with floral design of deep green, red, and blue, atop a wrought-iron base. Circa 1901-1930

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lighting, England, A Webb decorated Burmese fairy lamp, footed base and domed shade, each decorated with Hawthorne pattern, double crystal insert stamped Clarke Fairy Lamp, original candle, Thomas Webb acid stamp. Circa 1885-1910

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lighting, , A fairy lamp having a lighthouse-form, frosted crystal pedestal base with integral shade cup and candle holder; crystal paneled and threaded glass dome. base and candle holder have an embossed brick and window design. Dome has the appearance of having threaded glass on its exterior surface. Base and candle cup are marked "Rd 601078" Included is a marked candle which is illegible.

lighting, Massachusetts, A Mt. Washington peachblow cased glass fairy lamp with ruffled rim to base, great color. Circa 1850-1925

lighting, England, An English cameo fairy lamp, ovoid, raisin glass, the base decorated with ginkgo flowers and butterflies, cylindrical shape with dogwoods and a betterfly, clear chimney. Circa 1876-1925

Think dark, elegant colours alongside warm lighting and metallic surfaces. Achieve this look by combining dark velvets and multiple light sources such as fairy lights, lanterns and floor lamps.

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Macintosh Apple computer vintage classic metal street sign

WESTMORELAND WATERFORD WAKEFIELD RUBY FLASH FAIRYLIGHT LAMP

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from Etsy

Silk Lily Hanging Color Changing Lamp

Silk Lily Hanging Color Changing Lamp by littlewingfaerieart

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lighting, America, Pair of American gilt brass mounted white opal glass kerosene parlor lamps, fourth quarter 19th century, retaining the period spherical opal glass shades and blown glass chimneys, the opal glass fonts and shades with polychromed floral sprigs. Circa 187501900

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